Monthly Archives: July, 2009

Articles Artists wait in line at the NYC casting.
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BRAVO AND REALITY ART

BRAVO AND REALITY ART By Judy Kermis Blotnick If you happened to be in New York on July 18th and 19th you would have had the opportunity to go to White Columns and audition for Bravo’s new upcoming show. No,…

Articles GJYD declares independence
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REVOLT2DIE & GJYD @ MEME

REVOLT2DIE & GJYD @ MEME By Matthew Nash Riding among an exhausted busful of Negroes going on to graveyard shifts all over the city, she saw scratched on the back of a seat, shining for her in the brilliant smoky interior,…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

“THE WHITE CUBE” By Thomas Marquet #51: Economical solutions for evaluative conversations. Thomas Marquet is a cartoonist, sculptor, and critic, based in Brooklyn.

Articles The Golden Girls
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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE By Steve Aishman Dear movie industry liars, Why have you decided that it is easier to make a bad movie with good advertising than to just make a good movie? You should hire the guys…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: MEME GALLERY

BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: MEME GALLERY By Big Red Friday, July 17th, 2009 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at MEME Gallery for a performance by GJYD as part of their exhibition “Revolt2Die”. This is the second event at the…

Articles Edward Tufte, Escaping Flatland, 1998-2004, stainless steel, and Larkin's Twig (partial), steel, 2004.
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TUFTE @ ALDRICH CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM

TUFTE @ ALDRICH CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM By Stephen Vincent Kobasa There is always a vanity to the making of art, although there is a difference between vanity of intention and vanity of scale. But that distinction is not relevant here.…

Articles Robert Indiana, Love, 1996, Polychrome aluminum, 72 x 72 x 36 inches, Museum Purchase, 1999
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ROBERT INDIANA @ THE FARNSWORTH

ROBERT INDIANA @ THE FARNSWORTH By Elena Sarni Walking through the five galleries bursting with Robert Indiana’s signature colorful work, stunningly displayed against muted gray walls, was like visiting the artist’s home, since most of the exhibition pieces were transplanted…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: JUDI ROTENBERG GALLERY

BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: JUDI ROTENBERG GALLERY By Big Red Saturday July 26th, 2009 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the reception for ‘Popsicle’ featuring work by Jennifer Amadeo-Holl, Anne Beresford, Carlson/Strom, Sheila Gallagher, Nicole Kita, Cal Lane, Jennifer…

Articles Alex Da Corte, Home Glorious, mixed media, 2009. Photo, courtesy LaMontagne Gallery.
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ALEX DA CORTE @ LAMONTAGNE GALLERY

ALEX DA CORTE @ LAMONTAGNE GALLERY By Sam McKinniss Alex Da Corte’s small show in the project room at South Boston’s LaMontagne Gallery is genre work for the outdated, contemporary American middle class split-level. His sculptural combines call to mind…

Articles AIDS-3D, OMG Obelisk, MDF, electroluminescent wire, steel, hot glue, acrylic paint and fire, 2007.
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YOUNGER THAN JESUS @ THE NEW MUSEUM

YOUNGER THAN JESUS @ THE NEW MUSEUM By Alex Young Much has been said and it would appear that even more has been written about the New Museum’s latest enterprise. The premier staging of this brand new triennial exhibition, carrying the…

Articles Wally Gilbert: physicist, biochemist, Nobel laureate and photographer.
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PROFILE: WALLY GILBERT

PROFILE: WALLY GILBERT By Nabeela Ahmed The polymath is in danger of becoming a dying breed. In days of yore, it was not considered exceptional for the likes of Leonardo da Vinci to whip up masterpieces whilst also investigating profound…

Articles Walker Evans, Roadside Stand near Birmingham, 1936
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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE By Steve Aishman I pull over into a gas station that has a fruit stand set-up in the parking lot. You know, one of those stands under a tent with a huge hand painted sign…

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