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Week Eight: The Jogging Gives Extreme Makeovers

by Corinna Kirsch on December 24, 2013
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Our holiday gift to you: the world’s best exhibitions that’ve never taken place.

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NSFW: This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Wish In One Hand

by Whitney Kimball on May 20, 2013
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A will to change is in the air, but it’s against a backdrop of the same-old. At the New Museum, Karen Finley’s live sext paintings challenge an institutional denial of boundary-pushing work, while the Whitney has more shows of Hopper and Hockney. Klaus Biensenbach and The Jogging talk about rising waters (in their own ways), at Hyperallergic and Still House respectively. Plus, a group show of some of art’s most vocal activists addresses failure.

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Brad Troemel On Parsing The Accidental Audience

by Whitney Kimball on March 21, 2013
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Is it really a misreading to mistake a photo of bacon in a hair straightener for a photo of bacon in a hair straightener?

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Internet Panel Discussion Tonight! Immaterial Dispersal at Guild Art Gallery

by Paddy Johnson on September 7, 2010
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What is the function of immaterial art? Who are the artists and writers who use the internet to produce and distribute information? The answer to the latter question is nearly everyone, but Nik Pence has narrowed his panel speakers down to six participants for Immaterial Dispersal at the Guild Art Gallery tonight. Mostly they are […]

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Last Month’s Masthead: Brad Troemel

by Paddy Johnson on July 14, 2010
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My learning curve learning the new AFC backend had a few glitches, so this post never made it to the front page a month ago. We’re switching the masthead up today but I wanted to make sure at least one image selected by Masthead artist Brad Troemel plus the post intended for it made the main page.

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