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Joel Holmberg

This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Newscasters Make Art

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on March 24, 2014
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This week leaves us with very little time: Roberta and Jerry do a rare public joint interview, professional newscasters perform a Liz Magic Laser piece, and artists do stand-up. More stars emerge from the Whitney Biennial, a Greenpoint horror film premieres, and Abrons Art Center hosts a day for disabilities.

But make sure to clear your schedule for the most important event of all, our co-hosted panel on studio affordability.

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Independence Edition

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball Clara Olshansky on July 1, 2013
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Happy Fourth of July, art people. There’s not much going on thanks to the holidays, but for the art die-hards in the crowd, we’ve managed to scrounge up a few openings. We’d also like to remind you all about the great summer shows we posted about in June. For better or worse, in New York, you’ll never be want for shows to see and places to go.

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Free in New York on 10/20/10

by Art Fag City on September 1, 2010
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Free Date: Wednesday, October 20th 2010 – Thursday, December 23rd 2010 Venue: New Museum, 235 Bowery How are artists responding to the expanded public space the Internet has created? This exhibition explores both the limitations and new freedoms of production brought by a space reliant on the web. Using “Dispersion,” an essay by Seth Price tracing […]

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IMG MGMT: Zappos Selbstdarstellung

by Joel Holmberg on July 27, 2009

[Editor's note: IMG MGMT is an annual image-based artist essay series. Today's invited artist, Joel Holmberg, is still waiting to hear back from Yahoo with regards to a proposed Yahoo online artists residency. This program would simply involve Yahoo acknowledging certain users as artists by indicating this status on their Delicious, Flickr, or Answers accounts. […]

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