Fork over your cash to The New York Times. The publication has finally closed loopholes to the paywall. We are not happy. [New York Magazine]
After a fire destroyed the sixth floor of Pratt’s Brooklyn studios, the school has sought out donated supplies to help students who have lost everything. A distribution center opened Friday and includes canvases, tools and more than 3,000 brushes. [In the Air]
Rhizome’s Seven on Seven is getting bigger. The conference will take place in the New School’s Tishman auditorium this year, a move from the New Museum’s basement auditorium. Let the live tweeting begin. [Rhizome]
Fantasy cannibal’s wife testifies. She discovered chats containing gruesome fantasies in which she is tied up by the feet, and her throat slit. The tears flow. [The New York Times]
Oh, this is GREAT. ARTnews recaps its visits to the Armory Show, running back 100 years. James B. Townsend’s 1913 review kicks off the recap. Longest sentence we’ve ever read, but we think he liked it. [ARTnews]
The Moving Image fair releases its list of thirty-three artists and respective galleries. Two new participants we’re happy to see on the list: Anne Spalter, courtesy of toomer labzda and Rbt. Sps. courtesy of Interstate Projects. [Moving Image]
People care about Julian Schnabel again? He hasn’t had a museum exhibition since 1987, but Gagosian will show his paintings this fall and the Brant Art Foundation will, too. [Art in America]
Before we head out for the holidays, we’ve still got some thrilling art events in store. Performances! Holiday parties! Openings! Benefits! If 2012 still leaves you feeling artistically unfulfilled, then you’ve still got one more shot at getting some closure.
Half the Lower East Side transplanted itself in Miami this week for NADA, so we decided to join them. We spent most of yesterday hanging out with the 70 plus international exhibitors at the fair, and have a slideshow with commentary to show for it. What we liked below.