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Mark Flood

Armory Week ’13: The Independent

One of the newer satellite fairs that takes place during Armory Week is The Independent. This fourth installment of the fair was dedicated to the NYC arts organizations most affected by hurricane Sandy, and among the 40 international galleries represented were booths by non-profits Printed Matter and The Kitchen. As with previous years, we found The Independent to be an excellent balance of edgy and engaging work by emerging and mid-career artists. In particular, Antwerp’s Office Barque’s booth caught our eye with works by Tamar […]
Pae White

Preview: “This Will Destroy That!” @ Design Matters

As evidenced by such events as the closing of mega bookstores, the shuttering of print shops, the bankruptcy of newspapers, and the gradual transition of reading to ebooks, tablets, and smartphones, physical print is dying a slow and painful death. With high tech digital products spreading into the homes and hands of nearly everyone around the globe, it takes with it the mandatory need to apply ink on paper. Posters were once a important and necessary form of disseminating information to the public at large, […]

Overtime: May 16 – May 22

Audrey Kawasaki profiled in  (pictured above with some recent works) Justin Richel’s recent installation at the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Luke Chueh’s new Tumblr Photo Blog. Cooper the cat taking photography world by storm. Hong Kong artist activist Kacey Wong on Ai Weiwei arrest – interview. Andy Warhol’s auction market may not be what it seems. Previously unseen works by Marc Chagall to be auctioned. Nate Lowman featured in Art in America. Pae White’s unintentional subversion of weddings. Jeffrey Deitch interviewed in Art […]

Preview: The 2010 Whitney Biennial

Art critic Charlie Finch just posted on artnet one of the first reviews of the 2010 Whitney Biennial, which officially opens tomorrow. As each Biennial is an attempt to take the pulse of contemporary art in America, it is usually a challenging show, spanning all mediums, which typically offers at least something of interest for any art lover. However, it seems that Finch thinks a little more highly of this Biennial, ending his review “This is not only the greatest of Whitney Biennials, it is […]