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The Week’s Must-See Art Events: The Nutty Performers

by The AFC Staff on August 5, 2013

 

Get ready for some seriously awesome transformative art works and avant garde film footage! For a taste of how weird this week is gonna get: Klaus von Nichtssagend becomes a pond, the Bruce High Quality Foundation does “CATS,” and there’ll be footage of the Tompkins Square Park riot at the New Museum. Plus, a whole lot of C. Spencer Yeh.

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September Preview Week: Lower East Side Openings

by The AFC Staff on September 5, 2012
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Openings in the LES begin tonight. Bring your umbrella.

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Market Analyst Sergey Skaterschikov, on “Investment-Quality” Art and Whether We’re All Going to be Poor.

by Whitney Kimball on August 22, 2011
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The past few weeks, we've seen the stock market skyrocket and plummet, with little sign of settling down. Recently, I asked art market analyst Sergey Skaterschikov what this and general economic instability mean for the art world. Apparently, it’s great for auction houses and artists who knew Warhol, bad for emerging artists and their dealers.

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Risk-Taking at NADA Yields Mixed Results

by Paddy Johnson on December 8, 2007

I’ll be honest; I don’t know what to think of NADA. The majority of the fair seemed average to me, and having spent a lot of yesterday looking at bad art, the inevitable show stinkers had a fairly negative effect on my viewing experience. Martin van Zomeren’s booth, for example, consisted of a lone hanging […]

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