- Dana Schutz on Artinfo: “What is the most “questionable” scenario you’ve thought of?” “A woman giving birth.” [Artinfo]
- Roberta Smith reviews the video projection at the opera. [Times]
- Friends make the best frauds. [New York Magazine]
- Emily Nathan’s round-up of five New York shows. [Artnet]
- Time and again, Lichtenstein shows amaze audiences as “not just being about dots”—and we suspect that the Art Institute of Chicago’s upcoming retrospective will do the same. If you missed his latest at Gagosian, it was fantastic. AIC opens May 22. [Artinfo]
- You know that old guy who feeds the ducks and plays the hurdy gurdy in Central Park for pocket change? He’s been outlawed. [Village Voice]
- That TIME magazine cover is still burned in our brains. [HuffPo/Voice].
- What happens when you graffiti a Marc Jacobs store. [Hyperallergic]
- We say this every time, but there are some *highly* desirable pieces in Performa’s benefit auction, among them work by Laurie Simmons (Performa 05) David Gilbert, and a Liz Magic Laser (Performa 11) DVD. Remember: without performing arts organizations like this, we wouldn’t have Simmons and Lasers, we’d only have Barneys and Francos. [Performa]
- NYU’s ITP program hosts its Spring Show tonight. Think science fair on acid. [NYU]
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