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Monthly Archives: March 2011
This is some surreal IRL art right here. Mark Zuckerberg in drag conducts one of the best modern day interviews with early heavyweight champion-turned-champion of unexpected likability, Mike Tyson. If self-awareness were an art, Mike Tyson would be Pablo Picasso. … Continue reading
It’s not because I’m lazy…really…it’s because Artinfo and the New York Times were just on point today with the want-to-know art information. And so without further ado, let’s get ‘er done: And the art pun of the week goes to…—Artinfo … Continue reading
I have mixed feelings regarding posting about James Franco because I’m not sure what I think of him. I’m kind of sick of him, but I’m also a fan. How can a fan also be a hater? After a little … Continue reading
PBS talks Gary Condo—PBS Julian Schnabel talks shit—Huffington Post Ben Davis also talks shit—Artinfo May I suggest the name Visagebinder?—Artinfo What the fuck’s a 9-year-old doing sawing wood with a cutting board?—Washington Post Artnet enters the 21st century—Artnet To file … Continue reading
It’s Christie’s First Open Post-War and Contemporary, um, right now, which means two things: 1) I’m running late today (sorry!), and 2) I have more than one favorite, and in a first, a favorite page in the catalog. First, though, … Continue reading
Internet-enabled art—JR This is going to come in very handy at pub trivia one day—Londonist Art fair scraps—Image Conscious I can already picture the advert: Beautiful models chasing, a sunny beach pictured in black and white and a breathy voice … Continue reading