Monthly Archives: April 2011

Weekly Wrap-Up for April 29th, 2011

Ever wish you could be in several places at once? (Kate, Adam Ellis) This weekend you’re going to want to pray for some serious mitosis. Outside the box exhibitions, markets full of needs not wants, not to mention the largest one … Continue reading

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Art and Money

(For the Love of God, Damien Hirst) “We are living in a time in which elite taste and mass taste coincide. One should not forget that, in the current moment, significant wealth can only be gained by selling products with … Continue reading

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Behind the Photo: Dali Atomicus

It started with an idea. (Leda Atomica, Salvador Dali) 6 hours and 28 throws later.. So, how did photographer Philippe Halsman do it? Find out here. (ps. Philippe is also the man behind the iconic Dali portrait, Voluptas Mors) ♥

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John James Audubon: Drawn from Nature

Last night I was working on a John James Audubon writeup for today’s FLUX. When I opened my browser this morning, I noticed the following on Google’s homepage: (!) Didn’t realize his birthday was today (April 26, 1785)! Coincidence. Conspiracy.

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Disobedience Was Man’s Original Virtue

“Disobedience, in the eyes of anyone who has read history, is man’s original virtue. It is through disobedience that progress has been made, through disobedience and through rebellion. Sometimes the poor are praised for being thrifty. But to recommend thrift … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-Up for April 22nd, 2011

Contemporary Vinyl x Mass Made x Cyber Arts x Flight Paths Let’s make this a Good Friday and KO the work week!

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Web Finds for April 21st, 2011

West Coast did me right. My favorite part of the trip was finding a rest stop near Seattle that had 9 different types of oreos and not much of anything else. Even though I was traveling, my insatiable weblurking didn’t … Continue reading

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“Connoisseurship is developed by seeing as much art as possible, good and bad. In fact, it is only after studying bad works by an artists that one really begins to understand what makes their best works great.” –Jeffrey Deitch Recovering … Continue reading

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Photographs: Paris, Pétanque, and Provence

Made in Fort Point’s Featured Artist for April is Jonathan Stark, and the neighborhood will certainly be abuzz tomorrow night between Jonathan’s opening and the Constellation I reception all under the same roof! Opening Reception: Thursday April 14th, 5-8pm Made in … Continue reading

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