If you're looking for something to do before watching the Super Bowl, why not head to Long Island City and check out the final day of the Mike Kelley show at MoMA PS1? [ more › ]
Two more days to see the Mike Kelley show.
Good morning everyone! Welcome to a day of schizophrenic weather (it's warm now, but not for long), and random links. Let's get to 'em! We had a great conversation about the Mike Kelley retrospective at P.S.1 with Twitter folk. I am no fan of that show. Show More Summary
The Mike Kelley retrospective at MoMA PS1 is, in a word, large. One might expect as much, given that it is a retrospective, but this one is uniquely big: it marks the first time the entire museum has ever been given over to one arti...
In his most famous piece, More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid, American artist Mike Kelley stitched dozens of old, scavenged stuffed animals and dolls to an immense canvas. The piece looks like Kandinsky unhinged his jaw, swallowed the entire FAO Schwarz on 5th Avenue, and spewed his guts onto the wall in the shame of what he’d done. Show More Summary
The big touring retrospective on artist Mike Kelley will reach Los Angeles on March 31, 2014, kicking off a four-month run through July 28 at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
(LOS ANGELES) — As Mike Kelley stroked his cat Andy for the last time, he recalled how the feline would eat yogurt every morning and meet him at the door every night. Kelley told stories about his beloved pet before Dr. Mary Gardner gave the 10-year-old cat a shot and he went to sleep for the last time. Show More Summary
Mike Kelley and his producing partner Melissa Loy will create and develop new projects for the premium cable network under their newly launched production company. read more
WHEN Mike Kelley committed suicide in his California home in February 2012, he left the art world in shock. Why would a successful artist take his own life? Friends knew that he had been suffering from depression, but they had no idea what triggered his decision to take his own life. Show More Summary
For those of you who didn’t get tickets to Performa, we’ve got more local alternatives. We’ll have a day of humor and sleaze for Mike Kelley; a show for cyberpunk kids; and a handful of events involving important TV artists. Group Material...Show More Summary
Animal Self and Friend of Animal by Mike Kelley, 1987 Phaidon concludes "New York Loves Mike Kelley." Read Jonathan Blaustein's review (very poignant and personal, really you should read it) of Kelley's retrospective in Amsterdam earlier this year.
Image by Christian Storm. I Am Not from This Planet is a column where we give James Franco’s Florida-bred, gun-toting, big-bootie-loving pal Alien the floor to sound off on whatever he likes. For this edition, Alien breaks us off some...Show More Summary
In March, the Museum of Modern Art bought "Deodorized Central Mass With Satellites," an installation by the late L.A.–based artist Mike Kelley, for more than $4 million. Suspended from the ceiling by a pulley system and surrounded by...Show More Summary
MoMA PS1 presents Mike Kelley, the largest exhibition of the artist's work to-date and the first comprehensive survey since 1993. Regarded as one of the most influential artists of our time, Mike Kelley (1954-2012) produced a body of...Show More Summary
Mike Kelley's retrospective travels to New York City, Hiroshi Sugimoto is given carte blanche in Paris, Laurie Anderson is omnipresent in Austin,...
While we’ll always credit creator Mike Kelley for that awesome first season of REVENGE, we’ll also kinda blame him for the suckfest that season two became. But new showrunner Sunil Nayar has brought back everything we love about the Sunday sudser, including the epic snipefests between Victoria and Emily, the weekly takedowns and storylines thatRead More
This week at The L Magazine Paul D'Agostino and I calibrated our crystal balls for the fall, and came up with eight museum shows we're sure are gonna be worth a view or two. Mike Kelley's been a theme today, so I'm including our blurb for his retrospective at MoMA PS1 below.
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Starting just before the drab, colorless winter months, MoMA PS1 will hang some color in its halls. The museum is hosting the largest exhibition of Mike Kelley's work to date starting October 13th (and running through February 2nd). [ more › ]
— “Smart dumb is The Fugs, punk rock, art schools, Gertrude Stein, Vito Acconci, Marcel Duchamp, Samuel Beckett, Seth Price, Tao Lin, Martin Margiela, Mike Kelley, and Sofia Coppola.” — “The Dull people suggested to Mr. Bates that the combination … Continue reading ?