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Palpable Momentum Felt at EXPO Chicago

EXPO Chicago CHICAGO – When EXPO Chicago started in 2012, the popular opinion was that President and Director Tony Karman had five years to make this fair great.

Another GIF Show: Fruit-Tickling, and Wrath

The GIF shows just keep coming. Along with “Wallpapers” and “GIF Free For All”, we now can thank “The Limited Collection” for 33 new GIFS.

Friday Links: Extreme Nerd Alert

Photograph: Michael Jang “If there was ever an academic space that combined a Woodstock party sensibility with the clever pragmatism of an indelible business magnate, it was the California Institute of the Arts in the 1970s.” But how can we learn more about this time?

Nick Kegeyan’s Dinosaur Optics

Tumblr star and recent SAIC grad Nick Kegeyan culls much of his inspiration from the GIFs of Geocities days.

Godard’s “Goodbye to Language”: The Importance of a Dog

What strikes you as a fairly mundane question midway through Godard’s new 3D film, “Goodbye to Language”, turns out to be core thesis material.

Thursday Links: Richard Prince Must be the Luckiest Man on the Planet

An artist’s view of M60-UCD1 black hole. Via: NASA, ESA, STScI-RCC14-41a This artist rendering of a black hole in a dwarf galaxy is amazing.

GIF of the Day: Couch Gives Birth to Golden Deer

Golden deer sculptures, a trope of the art fair, has finally migrated to the animated GIF world. And I have the same head scratching response to Jonathan Monaghan‘s GIF of couch giving birth to a doe, as I do any of those sculptures.

Recommended Shows: Beyond Chicago EXPO

Image courtesy of EXPO Chicago CHICAGO —EXPO Chicago week is upon us. Let’s assume you’ll spend at least some small amount of time at the piers for the fair.

Wednesday Links: Conniving Art World and Dumb Design Culture

The final segment in Paddy Johnson’s four part animated GIF history is live. In this section she covers the major GIF events and exhibitions of 2011-2014.

GIF of the Day: Second Tower

Matthew Hillock Let’s not beat around the bush here: Matthew Hillock‘s website is a mess. It consists entirely of a download icon that no longer works, a link to his CV and his contact info.

This Weeks Must See Events: This is What Liberation Feels Like™

Readykeulous by Ridykeulous: This is What Liberation Feels Like™ If you thought the barrage of openings was over think again.

Tuesday Links: You Are Not A Loan

A dangerous shot by Mario Aldecoa Open Engagement, the conference for socially engaged art making, takes place in Pittsburgh this year.

GIF of the Day: And The Award Goes to Wallpapers!

Let’s face it: last week’s GIF Free For All awards were a hot bed of incest, corruption and petty politics.

This Week’s Recommended Shows: Humanity and Teenage Girls

Jane Corrigan, Three Girls in a Field, 2014, Oil on Linen, 27 x 36.5 inches Jane Corrigan at Kerry Schuss 34 Orchard Street September 13-October 26 It’s been at least two years since I’ve seen a painting show as strong as Jane Corrigan’s at Kerry Schuss.

Monday Links: Love From Grandmaster Flash

Last night’s Miss America contest lit up Twitter. The talent section of the show was accompanied by strange captions such as, “Slapped a shark as a kid” and “Terrified of frogs”.

The Official Re-Rebuttal to the “GIF Free For All” Awards

Yesterday, Paddy Johnson posted a rebuttal to the “GIF Free For All” awards, which I officially distributed last week.

An Art Basel Kickstarter Page Is Not Support for the Arts

Art Basel Miami convention center Art Basel put together curated Kickstarter page for a bunch of non-profits, and the New York Times leads their story with the line: “One of the world’s most prominent art fairs is hoping to garner support for nonprofit art organizations by lending them some street cred.” There are so many problems with the project and the coverage, it’s hard to know where to begin.

We Went to Chelsea: A Fuck You to Margaret Thatcher

“Oh, look at that Number One! 400,000 square kilometres of collective space.” “Bagay Helmand Province.” Scott King: Totem Motif Bortolami 520 W 20th Street New York, New York Runs through October 4, 2014 What’s on view: In the back gallery, scenes from Scott King’s graphic short story, Anish and Antony Take Afghanistan, illustrated by Will Henry, adorn the walls, alongside photographs and archival material concerning public monuments, both past and imagined.

We Went to Chelsea: The Timelessness of Horse Clusters

Nancy Rubins, “Our Friend Fluid Metal”, 2014 (Image courtesy of Gagosian Gallery) Nancy Rubins, “Our Friend Fluid Metal” Gagosian Gallery 522 West 21st Street What’s on view: Enormous clouds of spring-mounted playground horses, bound together with steel cables, suspended from the ceiling and standing as sculptures.

Friday Links: RIP Zeus

Sign the petition for net neutrality. [Battle for the Net] Zeus, the world’s largest dog, has died at the age of five.