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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Radical Is Radical

by Whitney Kimball on June 3, 2013
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A fairly apolitical experience at Bushwick Open Studios has us craving an engagement with the world beyond the studio. Luckily, this week’s art events will fill that void.

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MoMA To Rebuild the Rockaways, Hopefully

by Whitney Kimball on February 26, 2013
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Holy shit! MoMA and PS1 are putting their mammoth development machine to the task of rebuilding the Rockaways.

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Times Critic Caught in This Week’s Witch Hunt

by The AFC Staff on November 27, 2012
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“Black artists didn’t invent assemblage.” That statement, and others like it, written by The New York Times art critic Ken Johnson, has provoked the ire of fellow critics, artists, and Times readers alike. His remarks about two recent exhibitions, Now Dig This! Art & Black Los Angeles 1960-1980 and The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World have exploded into a tirade across Facebook—with complaints lodged by Kara Walker and Jerry Saltz among others—and now, an anonymous group has gone so far as to petition the Times to “acknowledge and address this editorial lapse and the broader issues raised by these texts.” So, what are these broader issues, and problems, if any?

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The NY Art Book Fair Talks: Petra Cortright and Lucy Lippard

by Corinna Kirsch on October 2, 2012
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What did we learn from attending the NY Art Book Fair talks? For one, 26-year-old digital media artist Petra Cortright hates paper and 75-year-old art historian Lucy Lippard loves it.

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Art Fag City’s 2011 Fall Preview: Museum Edition

by Art Fag City on September 15, 2011
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As the last of the McQueen and Trecartin buzz finally dies, you may be wondering: what could museums possibly put out this fall to top this year’s record successes? This fall’s exhibitions seem to set a slower pace, at a more somber tone, so it seems the answer: a relief. We’ve compiled a list of museum shows and events we won’t want to miss, including– buh buh da dum– the return of the Art Book Fair! Be sure to check back soon for our October gallery preview.

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Art Fag City at the L Magazine: Art to Keep Cool With

by Paddy Johnson on August 4, 2011
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It's summertime, you need air conditioning and you've watched all the 3D movies you can. What next? As I see it you've got two choices: the grocery store or the museum. This week at The L Magazine, I point readers to a few museums where they can escape the heat.

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In Our Masthead: LoVid

by Art Fag City on September 4, 2007

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Lovid, “Help Carry a Tune” performance at PS1 Warm Up, 2007
with analog audio synthesizer and hundreds of feet of cables, held aloft by the audience

LoVid (Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus) overwhelms the senses in their new media performances, videos, objects, and installations. Touring the US and Europe extensively, Lovid has performed, exhibited, and lectured at The Neuberger Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art , PS1, Evolution Festival (UK), The Kitchen, RISD, Massachusetts College of Art, Kansas City Art Institute, Chicago Art Institute, University of Wisconsin, Futuresonic Festival (UK), The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Ocularis, The Happy Lion, and Institute of Contemporary Art London among many others. LoVid has been part of the artist in residence program at Eyebeam, Harvestworks, iEAR, Alfred University, and Stevens Institute of Technology, has received grants and awards from Experimental TV Center, NYSCA, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and Greenwall Foundation, and are a free103Point9 transmission artist. They are currently working on a commission for a new web-based project from turbulence.org to be released in the Fall of 2007.

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