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The infamous train cruising scene from Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac Vol. 1 remains one of my all-time favorite hard-to-watch sequences in film. I'm not sure who made this GIF mashing it up with Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, but it's a masterpiece of discomfort. Enjoy.
When tasked with paying tribute to a long-shuttered nightclub, Wickerham & Lomax went an unusual route. Their ambitious DUOX4Odell’s: You’ll Know if You Belong, which closes tonight in Baltimore, speaks to loss and placelessness as much as glamour. Closing Reception: April 28th, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. 1723 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
[caption id="attachment_82651" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Thomas Houseago[/caption] More developments in the saga of the beleaguered Bell Foundry art space in Baltimore. The city shuttered the live/work building last year, evicting residents with no warning, citing safety issues. Show More Summary
I always hate those ubiquitous scenes in movies where people play this game (and after watching The Night Of, will anybody ever play again?). So it's surprising that I love this GIF. Perhaps that's a quality of the medium—no matter how...Show More Summary
John Belknap: Bathroom Interiors Special Special 44 East 1st Street New York, NY Opens Thursday, April 27th, 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Event Page We're happy to announce that AFC's awesome intern John Belknap has a month-long solo show that opens tonight at Special Special. Show More Summary
The Handmaid's Train A post shared by Michael Martin (@martinized) on Apr 26, 2017 at 3:09pm PDT Basically every review of Hulu’s adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale says the same thing: it’s a masterful piece of streaming television and scary timely. Show More Summary
Most dicks just drip cum. Thanks to Faith Holland's inclusion in Mermaids and Unicorns, though, we now have a slightly broader vision for the organ. It can blow bubbles too. The new online show explores the imagined, fear of impermanence, death and ultimately life—a perfect match for the dick bubble blower.
A few thoughts on Olafur Eliasson, Alice Neel and Romare Bearden. TLDR: See Romare Bearden at DC Moore Gallery before it closes this Saturday.
We haven’t read much about the Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s masterpiece The Handmaid’s Tale, but based on this review it looks like it’s going to be good and deeply disturbing. [ Entertainment Weekly ] Apparently the NFL has built a fake Philadelphia Museum of Art in front of the real Philadelphia Museum of Art for a televised event. Show More Summary
100 days in with President Trump and this armadillo pretty much sums up where I'm at.
[caption id="attachment_82624" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Beyza Çoruhlu, on view at Istanbul's Mamut 5 survey show. [/caption] South Dakota, one of the nation’s reddest states, receives the fifth-highest amount of NEA funding per capita. Show More Summary
The suspense! The cuteness! This GIF has it all.
It's a bit of a slow week for the art world, but that's just fine by us. There are a handful of events we're really looking forward to this week and those will be much better enjoyed without the stress of darting around to a dozen other openings. Show More Summary
I could watch this for hours. It reminds me of one of those perpetual-motion desk ornaments (such as the clanging silver balls, pecking birds, etc...) people seemed to have on their desks a lot in 80s workplace movies or 90s guidance counselor offices. Someone needs to invent an IRL version of this cat contraption.
Deborah Castillo wears a lot of hats as an artist. And wigs. Originally from Venezuela, Castillo often blurs the lines between performance, video, photography, publications and even jewelry making. What binds these endeavors together is a sharp, critical wit (usually trained on political institutions) and flair for the dramatic. Show More Summary
Artist Hannah Rothstein imagines a bleak future for America's National Parks in a series of WPA style posters. Set in 2050, these parks will all be ravaged by the effects of climate change. This, of course, assumes they make it that long. Show More Summary
I looked at this GIF from Freddie Smithson today while hungry, and now have visions of a rapture in which we are taken by the carb gods to a better planet.
Unless you've been un-living under a tombstone, you know Art F City's Goth Benefit took over the dungeon of Collapsable Hole Tuesday night. It's an evening few of us will forget. Just in case we do, however, photographer Liz Ligon was there to document it thoroughly. Show More Summary
Balenciaga has released a "knockoff" of those blue IKEA shopping bags... which costs £1,705. The peculiar logic of late capitalism keeps the LOLs coming. [Dezeen] Peter Garritano photographs New Yorkers he meets through Craigslist's "Strictly Platonic" friend-seeking section. Show More Summary
Here we are at Tax Day. Your taxes are filed. (They aren’t? Here’s an IRS extension form - postmark it today. You’ll need one for your state, too.) Last year you vowed to get your stuff in order. Then suddenly the tax deadline was upon you, and you scrambled through the process, and weren’t as careful as you intended to be. Show More Summary