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10.01.09
VISUAL ARTS
by Troy
For those of you who have strict rules on what it means to be an artist, you may not like the following list very much. Click HERE to be re-directed. But if you are like me and are of the
10.17.09
VISUAL ARTS
This week between editing and teaching, I managed to visit a few key exhibitions and concerts featuring compelling rarities. Two of them come thanks to recommendations from Holland Cotter, of the New York Times. Lately, I've been really appreciating his exhibition
11.12.09
VISUAL ARTS
Lady Gaga's new video Bad Romance confirms my suspicions that she's transforming herself into a poor man's Leigh Bowery. Her repertoire of PVC catsuits, blindfolds, and clubfooted heels clearly harken back to the work of the legendary performance artist. I don't
10.03.09
VISUAL ARTS
I decided to do one more list in honor of the 10 for 2010 fiesta here at art&culture. Today, one of the most influential occupations to hold in the fashion industry is the photographer. My list of ten is very diverse
10.29.09
VISUAL ARTS
A new show opened last weekend at GAGA (Garnerville Arts Center) in New York. The large exhibit space once functioned as a mill and is part of a huge complex that now holds the gallery and various businesses. This show is a celebration
10.01.09
VISUAL ARTS
Music Tree of February 5th 2008, Jesse Brodd I have yet to meet an artist who likes quiet better than loud, silence over music. And while I am sure those people are out there, I am most definitely not one of
09.23.09
VISUAL ARTS
The last decade has been a time of great activity in the field of contemporary photography. Now fully accepted as a fine art medium, it has become one of the most exciting and fastest changing of the visual art forms. With
01.03.10
VISUAL ARTS
I live within walking distance of the largest Sears on the west coast. The actual store may not be the largest but the Art Deco building that houses it was once the western distribution center for Sears. This 10 story
09.30.09
VISUAL ARTS
As a young art history student a few years ago, I worried that I was living through the decline of the art world. I was so caught up in my love for long-dead artists that I couldn't notice the amazing work
10.28.09
VISUAL ARTS
Over the last few weeks, I have been able to absorb myself in many of New York’s exhibitions and events, mainly in the field of photography. At almost any given time, This city offers a multitude of things to see
10.19.09
VISUAL ARTS
Reconciling the presence of humanity to the systems of the earth is the central task of architecture. Despite the absolute necessity of developing architectural forms that respond to ecological imperatives, much of today's architecture still regards sustainability as a passing trend,
10.24.09
VISUAL ARTS
A lot of my students are curious about Altered Books. I tend to cringe hearing the words Altered Books, because I think back to Crispin Glover's goth cut-ups that were pathetic Burroughs rip offs. They can be ultra corny. But there
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