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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
How excited are we for our Goth Benefit tomorrow night? So excited I've been practicing black lipstick application all day (pro tip: put down smudgeproof liquid eyeliner as lipliner first, then blend inward with your lipstick or pencil and top it with a gloss). Remember, get your tickets in advance!
[caption id="attachment_82377" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Joseph Keckler, shot by Jaimie Warren[/caption] The time has finally come. Our Goth Benefit is here. We'll be converting Collapsable Hole into a goth wonderland, complete with drag performers, surprise guests, and options such as handcuffs for couples. Show More Summary
[caption id="attachment_82364" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Adrián Villar Rojas, "The Theater of Disappearance"[/caption] Adrián Villar Rojas’ The Theater of Disappearance, installed on the roof of the Met through the summer, looks so cool. Show More Summary
Let the bidding begin! The Art F City 12th anniversary paddle8 auction is live, which means you've got exactly two weeks to secure that work you love. Our auction closes April 28th, so be sure to watch it carefully! Bid on fantasticShow More Summary
I remember watching this video by Cyprien Gaillard at the New Museum's first Triennial Younger Than Jesus and being a little ashamed of myself thinking the violence looked so natural and beautiful. Part of that feeling comes from the...Show More Summary
So, after reporting on art at the New York Times for 12 years, Randy Kennedy is moving to Hauser & Wirth as Director of Special Projects. A couple of WTFs here. First, this sucks, because it almost certainly means a reduction of arts coverage at the Times. Show More Summary
It seems like a lot of the gay internet consists of videos of dicks or makeup tutorials. So perhaps it makes unlikely sense that makeup artist Marion Moretti would synthesize her target demographic's interests into one ridiculous concept. Introducing dick eyes: (after the jump)