What Moves You? My Scion Gallery Is a Project Space in a Compact Car



In a contemporary art landscape littered with obscure and sometimes obtuse project spaces, one remains smaller (and more mobile) than most. My Scion Gallery (MSG)—the brainchild of Taylor Hurley and Kathryn Knowlton—resides not in an abandoned warehouse or a tiny … Read More



Fonte: What Moves You? My Scion Gallery Is a Project Space in a Compact Car , Publicado em 25 July 2016 | 4:46 pm

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The Diary of Mark Flood, Part Four: Opening Night



Editor’s Note: This is the final installment in a multipart series about Mark Flood’s experience organizing his first museum survey. You can read the other parts here and here and here. The diary is slightly backdated because, as mentioned, he was busy … Read More



Fonte: The Diary of Mark Flood, Part Four: Opening Night , Publicado em 15 July 2016 | 1:30 pm

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Esra Padgett and Reba Maybury Release ‘Sisters of Pornography,’ a Look at the Camaraderie and Competition Among Adult-Video Performers



The London-based writer and lecturer Reba Maybury and the New York-based writer and musician Esra Padgett met last summer in New York through mutual friends. They quickly discovered a shared interest in writing and research pertaining to the adult entertainment … Read More



Fonte: Esra Padgett and Reba Maybury Release ‘Sisters of Pornography,’ a Look at the Camaraderie and Competition Among Adult-Video Performers , Publicado em 6 July 2016 | 6:51 pm

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L.A. Habitat: Elad Lassry



L.A. Habitat is a weekly series of visits with 16 artists in their workspaces around the city.This week’s studio: Elad Lassry; Hollywood, Los Angeles. Elad Lassry arrived at CalArts in 1998, sandwiched between two exchange students in the back of a Nissan. The school, located deep … Read More



Fonte: L.A. Habitat: Elad Lassry , Publicado em 24 June 2016 | 3:00 pm

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Going Natural: Diamond Stingily on Her Queer Thoughts Show



At this point in her short career, Diamond Stingily is probably known best for a work she didn’t create—Martine Syms’s video Notes on Gesture (2015), which was shown last year at Syms’s exhibition at Bridget Donahue in New York. Stingily stars … Read More



Fonte: Going Natural: Diamond Stingily on Her Queer Thoughts Show , Publicado em 17 June 2016 | 5:06 pm

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L.A. Habitat: Lara Schnitger



L.A. Habitat is a weekly series that visits with 16 artists in their workspaces around the city.This week’s studio: Lara Schnitger; Glasell Park, Los Angeles. “We bought this building 5 years ago,” Lara Schnitger told me one afternoon in her expansive Los Angeles studio. … Read More



Fonte: L.A. Habitat: Lara Schnitger , Publicado em 10 June 2016 | 3:30 pm

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Spider Women, Cargo Ships, Chia Grass, and ‘Mommy’: Behind the Scenes of ‘Mirror Cells’ at the Whitney Museum



The term “mirror neurons” refers to the brain cells that activate when observing other’s actions. It is also partly the inspiration behind the title of “Mirror Cells,” the much-talked-about five-artist sculpture exhibition on view through August 21 on the eighth … Read More



Fonte: Spider Women, Cargo Ships, Chia Grass, and ‘Mommy’: Behind the Scenes of ‘Mirror Cells’ at the Whitney Museum , Publicado em 10 June 2016 | 2:00 pm

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