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“Last Night,” a group exhibition curated by Merrill Mahan at Salomon Contemporary.

Mary Hrbacek 2014-02-10

…panoply of media that enriches the narrative force behind the stinging disclosures and personal inclinations inherent in the show’s theme


‘Cyberpunk’ Hits the Ceiling: Lee Bul at Lehmann Maupin

Brian Fee 2010-05-04

…these seven fantastic labyrinthine wood-and-metal hanging works, all jagged angles and impossible corners, as though they inhabit several higher dimensions.

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Why Can’t These Women be Beautiful? An Interview with Sofia Maldonado

Amanda Scigaj 2010-04-29

“I just want to say right now, if you dress like that, girl, honestly, there’s nothing wrong. The only way its wrong is that we’ve been told for centuries, from time to time, that sort of look is negative.”


Visceral Filmmaking: The Video Art of Nina Yuen and Almagul Menlibayeva

Brian Fee 2010-04-25

They take us somewhere far beyond the gallery walls, into environments deeply personal and thoroughly rewarding.


The Other Artist is Present: Amir Baradaran at MoMA

Farrah Sarafa 2010-04-10

Each act was laden with dance, song and strong cultural references that provoked, challenged and entertained the ‘other artist,’ museum attendees and cameras.


Developing from Tags to Tantra: An Interview with Rachel Budde

Eric Morrell 2010-04-06

Budde’s work is exotic, colorful and always fun to look at.


A Firefight in Fine Art: ‘Art of the Steal’ at IFC

Amanda Scigaj 2010-03-23

Once a piece of an artists’ work is purchased by a collector, an admirer, or even their mother, it’s up to their discretion as to how it’s viewed or stored. But after the collector has passed, what becomes of the art?

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Ryan McGinley: Everybody Knows This is Nowhere

Eric Morrell 2010-03-19

McGinley has used young nude models for the last decade, and if this show is any indication their ages will not grow older with his. While this may border on fetish it also creates a fantasy world. To live in his world is to always be young, warm, and naked.


Book Review: “Japanese Photobooks of the 1960s and 1970s”

Reiko Tomii 2010-03-13

“If you want to know about Japanese photography, you must study photobooks.”


Creative Consumption: Armory Show 2010

Eric Morrell 2010-03-12

Despite cost and variety, there are gems to be found in this sand box.

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