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Looking Back at Dream Exhibitions Version 1.0

by Corinna Kirsch on March 18, 2014
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Looking back at the first edition of Dream Exhibitions, several trends ended up popping up like persistent gophers.

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Pussy Riot Comes to Brooklyn, SculptureCenter Explores Time

by Anthony Hicks Corinna Kirsch Whitney Kimball on February 3, 2014
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Brave the cold just a little longer, for we have so much art to see this week. Talks abound, from B. Wurtz on the history of sculpture to Winkleman Gallery’s panel on African-Americans in Soviet culture. We have openings, like a feminist sound art retrospective at CUNY and Greenpoint’s winter open studios night. Round out Sunday with a Genesis Breyer P-Orridge film-screening and book launch at PS1 and we’ll call it a week. Just grin and bear it.

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Frieze New York Gets an 80-foot-tall “Balloon Dog”

by Corinna Kirsch on April 12, 2013
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Paul McCarthy is making a huge inflatable dog for Frieze.

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Irony and Isolation: Gavin Kenyon at Ramiken Crucible

by Irena Jurek on March 1, 2013
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Life is a shit hole to be laughed at. So goes the M.O. I imagine for Gavin Kenyon, who, in his latest show at Ramiken Crucible, departs from his painstakingly modeled, homicidal axes, to engage in process-based work. The result is a dynamic and visceral show that draws attention to Kenyon’s caustic, dry wit and his ability to create a sense of bleak isolation.

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Bill Bollinger’s Wimpy Minimalism at the SculptureCenter

by Corinna Kirsch on June 12, 2012
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Bill Bollinger disappeared from the art scene in the mid-1970s and passed away in relative obscurity a decade later. A career retrospective at the Sculpture Center, up through the end of the summer, makes a convincing case for his reappraisal.

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[Sponsor] Tyler School of Art Summer Painting and Sculpture Intensive Program

by Sponsors on April 22, 2011
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The Tyler School of Art Summer Painting Intensive / Summer Sculpture Intensive (SPI/SSI) is a 7-week (June 13—July 29) immersion program for artists interested in developing their work in a challenging and supportive environment. The application deadline for the SPI / SSI program is April 29. Applications are available through Tyler School’s website at http://www.temple.edu/tyler/spi/.

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