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Raphael Rubinstein’s “The Miraculous”: On the Art of Futility

by Whitney Kimball on November 3, 2014
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Paper Monument’s latest, “The Miraculous” by Raphael Rubinstein, leads to the question– What’s the point of art?

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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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Love and Politics by Generation: “More Love” at The Ackland

by Paddy Johnson on September 6, 2013
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More Love: A democratic approach to love and art making at the Ackland Museum of Art

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Yoko Ono: Future Mornings from the Past

by Eva Heisler on May 10, 2013
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“We’re all water in different containers,” writes Ono in 1967. “But even after the water’s gone we’ll probably point to the containers and say, ‘that’s me there, that one.’” Ono concludes, “We’re container minders.”

Guilty as charged. I am a furtive container-minder. But wandering through YOKO ONO: HALF-A-WIND SHOW at the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt, the most comprehensive survey of Ono’s career to date, I soon give up trying to pin Ono’s work to a given practice or idea.

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