Art F City
From the category archives:
Blend of Web culture and centuries-old art movement is the year’s best show so far.
Jankowski’s latest revives collaborative spirit — with a mixed bag of monsters and killers
The best videos in Miami’s art fairs were from New York — but where were all the buyers?
Excellent short-film triptych explores the paradox of life, death and experience.
A 2006 review on the documentary “8 BIT,” on a then-emerging new media scene.
A closer look at the animation of Jacco Olivier at Marianne Boesky Gallery, which included a 43-foot animation of a painted whale.
Guy Maddin talks about Brand Upon the Brain! and the cinema of remembrance.
Amir Bar-Lev’s My Kid Could Paint That, a documentary about young Marla’s rise and fall from art-world fame represents my worst nightmare as an art critic.
The documentary Who the #$&% is Jackson Pollock? takes on the case of an accidental art collector versus the art-world elite.
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