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Art In Real Life — Mike Tyson

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

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Evening Scraps, Vol. 5

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

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How @jamesfranco Is Ruining James Franco

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

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Evening Scraps, Vol. 4

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

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Auction Envy—Christie’s First Open

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

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Evening Scraps, Vol. 3

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

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Death Is Good

One of the seemingly most melancholic aspects of being an artist is realizing that you’ll probably never be as successful alive as you will be dead. Can you imagine if other industries were like that? “Yes, Mr. Dyson, we love … Continue reading

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