Blog Post Category Archive (performance)

  1. Whitney Museum Of American Art: JEFF KOONS-A RETROSPECTIVE until OCT 19

    Jeff Koons, Tulips, 1995–98. Oil on canvas; 111 3⁄8 × 131 in. (282.9 × 332.7cm). Private collection. © Jeff Koons Jeff Koons is widely regarded as one of the most important, influential, popular, and controversial artists of the postwar era. Throughout

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  2. Christian Jankowski: Crying for the march of humanity

    For some reason or other this post from Christian Jankowski show in Mexico city in Feb 2012, went unpublished, so we are publishing it now for Flashback Friday! Christian Jankowski gave a talk at Soma the week before his show

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  3. Til Oct 4th: Rennie Collection- Rodney Graham

    Vancouver based artist Rodney Graham has a solo show on at the ‘Rennie Collection- Wing Sang’ until October 4th showing pieces from the artist works in several media – film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, sound, text, and installation. Graham’s show was a

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  4. Raf Simons Documentary:Dior And I

    Looking forward to seeing this on screen. Apparently the documentary which premiered last month at the Tribeca Film Festival  is worth the watch. It gives you a true look in the fashion world-complete with stress and drama -and doesn’t seize

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  5. 01 Magazine at Frieze Art Fair In New York

    This beautiful program is holding my all access card to Frieze Art Fair in New York City. I will be covering the fair on our blog and Instagram along with other exhibitions around the city so stay tuned!

  6. WANG SHOU-YING’S MAGIC CREATIONS

    Wang Shou-Ying has been getting famous on the internet for creating hats and outfits from whatever she can find at home. Striking and simple,  her aesthetic creations play with shape and form and are all about re-imagining the objects that

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  7. Foxy Production: Sara Cwynar-Flat Death-closes on May 3rd

    Canadian artist Sara Cwynar’s show at Foxy Production in New York closes this Saturday and definitely should not be missed. Art Critic Roberta Smith from the New York Times recently did a great write up on the show. ‘The artifice

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  8. Neil Young releases surprise new album on vinyl only

    Neil Young surprises everyone by releasing a new album on vinyl only called ‘A Letter Home’ this past weekend. The new album turned up during Saturday’s celebration of ‘Record Store Day’. The album, “A Letter Home,” features 11 tracks, recorded

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  9. Video:Lou Reed’s final interview before his passing

    On September 21st of last year Lou Reed sat down with director Farida Khelfa for Parrot Zik head phones for an interview about his life in music. Sadly, it was his final one as he died a month after from

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  10. Video:Julian Schnabel-In The Course of Seven Days

    Nowness give us a rare look into artist Julian Schnabel’s home studio as he prepares for his first US Museum show since the 80’s at Gagosian Gallery, NY which opens tomorrow called ‘View of Dawn in the Tropics: Paintings, 1989-1990’.

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  11. Short film: The Man Behind The Mountain

    The short film ‘The Man Behind The Mountain ‘ is an intimate film made by Ben Stoddard and Dave Ehrenreich about American folk artist Leonard Knight. Leonard Knight who recently passed away in February, leaves behind a legacy of work

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  12. Marilyn Monroe working out shot by Philippe Halsman

      Just before she hit it big in ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’, Philippe Halsman photographed  Marilyn Monroe for LIFE magazine. Philippe took  a few candid shots of her daily workout routine. The picture of the starlet that made the cover on

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