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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: FREE CHILI

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on March 17, 2014
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This week’s events include Audubon, purveyors of good taste, bad taste, chili, and a lot of emerging talent.

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Every Nerd Loves a Book Fair

by Matthew Leifheit Gabriela Vainsencher and Whitney Kimball on September 16, 2013
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Get ready for a little soul-cleansing before fair season. This week’s openings highlight the act of drawing, the highs of New York culture, and females in the Internet. A Rockaways beach house turns pop-up art space, and Paper Monument finally releases Issue Four.

But mostly, the Art Book Fair returns!

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Movies and Benefits

by Whitney Kimball and Ian Marshall on July 15, 2013
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You know it’s summer when MoMA’s screening “The Dark Knight,” and Art Haps is basically a list of movies. But before you run for the darkness of free, air-conditioned binge-watching, we’ve found a handful of places where you can watch, with company: on a steamboat, in a Fingerfest, or at the Studio Museum, to name a few.

Plus, for fans of Bret Easton Ellis, Paul Schrader, or Lindsay Lohan: in a strange twist of events, you can get a first look at “The Canyons” at Monya Rowe Gallery this week. Moo-vie!

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I Got A Massage

by Paddy Johnson on March 22, 2012
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Three days after the Art Fag City Rob Pruitt Art Awards and Auction* I headed out to Carroll Gardens. Artist Anastasios Logothetis had been inviting writers, curators and other arts professionals to Residency Unlimited for massages, and I managed to nab the last of these appointments. In return, I was expected to write something about the project. “Participants complete the work,” Logothetis told me, noting that the writing produced would be the only documentation of the piece.

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