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Greene Naftali

We Went to Chelsea: Blue Chip Edition, Part One

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on March 27, 2013
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash smells like hamster shavings, the quality of paintings made out of paint brushes at Paul Kasmin is debatable, and Zach Feuer’s Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg ain’t for kids.

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The Armory: In-N-Out

by The AFC Staff on January 7, 2013
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Here at AFC we like to carry on traditions worth repeating. One such tradition is Art Market Views’s annual summation of galleries joining and leaving the fairs. Editor Lindsay Pollock is now Art in America’s Editor-in-Chief, so we’re picking up this one up in her absence and, as it happens, just in time for the Armory show.

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The Very Finest Place to Put Your Vacuum: Rachel Harrison’s The Help

by Will Brand on June 13, 2012
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I suspect Rachel Harrison knows how strange it is that her artworks are expensive luxury goods. As you enter her current exhibition, the first work you see is a gangly pile of styrofoam that looks like somebody spraypainted on a tree; around its base lies an ironic tangle of the low, silver barriers museums use to keep you off their valuables. The show, entitled The Help, features a half-dozen sculptures and twenty-odd drawings, each of which taps into a particular kind of ugly-pretty; they scream rebellion, but will still make for a nice contrast in the mid-century modern living rooms of their future owners. Until then, they look great at Greene Naftali.

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Great Gallery Websites: 5 Years On

by Will Brand on February 18, 2011
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Earlier this week I went after the¬†worst gallery websites I could find; today I write about the best. This portion of the segment is harder than one might think, because good websites don’t make the user aware of their design: I arrive, I get my information, I leave. With this in mind, rather than highlight […]

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