Art F City
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Art F City editors Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch tackle the subtleties of art and food in this “We Went to” edition.
For a recent example of art that’s salable but lacks much of a message, take a look at NUD NOB, Sarah Lucas’s solo show at Gladstone Gallery’s 24th street location.
We head to the Upper East Side to take a look at Adam Baumgold Gallery, Wright Gallery, and Venus Over Manhattan.
Art loved and loathed by the Nazis.
We checked out some of the Gagosian shows on the Upper East Side. We saw some jewelry and the last supper.
The Guggenheim’s current retrospective is only half great.
James Turrell’s light blockbuster at LACMA may melt walls but it is also plagued by crowds.
“This work is not about adding any value.” says Jordan Wolfson. In his recent exhibition at David Zwirner, that appears to be the case.
Art F City staff gets real about three shows currently on view in Chelsea.
In California, a small museum takes a Biblical view of dinosaurs.
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