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10.01.09
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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
10.29.09
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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
10.19.09
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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,
11.20.09
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This weekend the MoMA opens an exciting, in-depth retrospective of Tim Burton's work. I had a chance to see the exhibit during previews and this is definitely one to check out!MoMA's Ron Magliozzi and Jenny He managed to tour Burton's home
10.31.09
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One half of the creative team behind the Grand Prize winning submission for Tokyopop’s first Rising Stars of Manga competition, Manga artist Priscilla Hamby (pen name Rem), collaborated with writer Clint Bickham to create Devil’s Candy, a tongue-in-cheek high school fantasy that
10.05.09
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The unexpectedly freezing weather kept me from going out as much as I'd like to this week (I'm new to the East Coast, and unprepared for real seasons), but the irresisitible lure of gravestones and accordion music drew me out of
12.20.09
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Like many boys and, if the stereotype stands up to scrutiny, fewer girls, I once read comic books almost exclusively. I rarely read superhero comics and the ones I did read I felt somewhat ambivalent about; they seemed, as I think
10.03.09
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by Arty
Another thing to be on the look out for in 2010 is Quebec Art. As I stated in my last post for years Quebec has long and strong history of art. Some of which has gone unnoticed outside Quebec
10.31.09
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David Heatley was one of my picks for Artists to Watch in 2010. Here, he talks about his wonderfully edgey graphic memoir, "My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down," the influence of cinema on cartooning and his work as a musician.
10.26.09
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I chose Mika Rottenberg as one of the artists for ny 10x2010 post because she continues an artistic tradition that is beginning to seem slightly anachronistic, though it is more relevant than ever. Her work expresses the concern that the ever-increasing
10.26.09
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Here is Part 1 of my picks for Artists to Watch in 2010! I hope to offer some fun, inspiring new stuff to check out, and would love it if you responded in kind with artists you're loving right now.... Enjoy!!
10.29.09
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My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love by Kara Walker (American, born 1969) This controversial exhibition travelled between Europe and the US in 2007, and generated lavish praise as well as very caustic critical remarks. The exhibition highlighted Ms Walker’s
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