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Hello and welcome to Nothing is New via Art21. During my stint as guest blogger, you will see posts are very image-heavy with a brief, excited description explaining each set of pictures. The images are discovered while roaming around digital Internet archives of museums and libraries. Nothing is...
POST BY: PADDY JOHNSON All images: AFC The best versions of countless works I’ve seen in my travels to fairs and biennials over the course of last year are currently on display in The Rubell Family Collection’s exhibition “Beg, Borrow and Steal.”���A curators-delight, the show focuses on the at times tediously trendy subject of reproduction [...]
Last week was a full-on SoundCloud.com celebration. All five of the daily Downstream entries were sourced from SoundCloud, a fantastic service for sharing, discovering, and discussing music, and the subject of the week’s “MP3 Discussion Group,” Alphabet 1968 by Black to Comm, was likewise available for free listening via SoundCloud (albeit streaming, not download, it [...]
Disquiet: posted over 5 years ago
It is possible to read the Court’s opinion … in a variety of ways. In saying this, I imply no criticism of the Court, which in those cases was faced with the task of trying to define what may be indefinable … I shall not today attempt further to define the kinds of material I [...]
santigold standard - artforum.com / scene & herd This is pretty funny: “More conspicuous was the empty booth of Christian Haye gallery (né the Project) in Row H. “We just thought they were taking their time to install,” noted one dealer, “but then they never showed up.” On the upside, the fair’s organizers allowed Sies [...]
In this week’s roundup of Art21 artist news you’ll read about a forty-million dollar art collection in Las Vegas, a major exhibition of work by Korean and Korean American artists, an installation made of yogurt caps, a massive concrete sculpture in Canada, and more: On December 17, Season 5 artist...
THE POWER PLANT / The Power Plant presents Michael Snow I’m sure this will be great. Must. See.
Thanks to Nicole Sansone for her engaging and inventive series of posts exploring the difference between systems and networks. Up next is graphic designer Kelly Rakowski. As Head of the Book Department at Todd Oldham Studio, she designs and edits art books, including the recently published Kid Made...
POST BY:���PADDY JOHNSON��� Miami South Beach, Photo AFC We are traveling back to New York City today. Regular posting will resume tomorrow. Meanwhile, enjoy the view.