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Adrian Searle

The Week in Negative Reviews

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on October 15, 2012
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Jason Foumberg does not like “This Will Have Been” at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, James Panero disavows the New Museum, and Adrian Searle deals with some curdled milk.

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Massive Links! Explosive Performances | Crystal Meth is a Valid Medium | Banksy Blows His Nose and Takes a Dump

by Whitney Kimball on July 15, 2011
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A handful of performances, new and old, deliver a welcome jolt. Banksy might be just like us, and Ai Wei Wei gets a job. Art activities may now include plant-growing and drug trafficking, so pot dealers rejoice!

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Venice Biennale Remainders: Allora and Calzadilla Aren’t So Bad | Christian Marclay’s “Timeless” Clock | Scads of Flickr Photos

by Paddy Johnson on June 10, 2011
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Jerry Saltz and Adrian Searle both maybe like Allora and Calzadilla’s tank at the US Pavilion, but Saltz thinks the rest should go. Sure it was a bit of a circus, but I liked the show regardless.

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Massive Links! Critic Nicolai Ourousoff Leaves The Times | Met Admission Prices Go Up | Child Genius Stories Never Die

by Paddy Johnson on June 7, 2011
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This week in Massive Links: Annoying. Four year old Aelita Andre opens first solo show at Agora Gallery. The media cares. CultureGrrl readers have had a treat over the last few years — constant coverage of Ourousoff’s so called fuck ups. Also, all those Tintorettos in Venice? Total overkill.

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