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GIF of the Day: Emoji Hell


Welcome to EMOJI HELL. Just in time for Halloween, Carla Gannis has imagined Hieronymus Bosch’s “Garden of Earthy Delights” for the modern age.

Here’s to the Goth of Your Youth

Fuck you, workplace. Joseph Keckler joins the chorus of artists throughout the ages who think you should all go shroud yourselves in vinyl and return to the Goth of your youth.

Thursday Links: Why Wouldn’t You Want to Ooze a Pumpkin?

Oozing pumpkins. Need we say more? [Youtube, via: Swissmiss] SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR OUR REFRIGERATOR DOOR.

GIF of the Day: Not the Soup I Ordered


Fans of burnt pizza doctor may have a special place in their hearts for Johnny Woods, the creator of today’s GIF: a small preview of the artist’s repertoire.

Thanks, Art: Relive the Glory Days of Windows 93


Here’s a great way to whittle away some work hours: Windows93 is a net art project that has all the programs you used to load on your PC.

More Progress on the Arts Workers’ Front


We’re glad to see that The Art Handlers Alliance of New York exists. The organization works to secure health benefits, fair wages, job protection for the thousands of handlers working in the city.

AFC Spotlight: AFC’s Resident Designer Opens a Gallery


Phillip Niemeyer, “100 New Jobs For 100 Years” for the Boston Globe As many of our readers are well aware, AFC runs on a dedicated network of folks who donate art, who suffer long lines at the post office, who swallow 12 hot dogs in under a minute, who make GIFs for our background, and who design every single pamphlet, publication, and promo material we’ve ever put out.

Wednesday Links: All Firsts, All the Time


Chris Ofili’s Day and Night at The New Museum A list of Internet firsts. Satisfying in the way then and nows always are.

GIF of the Day: How To Be Funny, But in an Art Way


Friends, Tonight I’ll be appearing on a panel titled “Comedy and Art“, alongside some of the funniest people the art world has to offer: Jibz Cameron (aka Dynasty Handbag), Guy Richards Smit (aka Grossmalerman), Christian Viveros-Fauné, and Ben Davis.

Benign Diplomacy: The Bushwick International Reviewed


Montreal’s BROOKLYN Cafe (Image by BouchePleine.com, courtesy of Notable.ca) In Montreal, the place where I moved from just this summer, there’s a completely generic café in the Mile End neighborhood called, in caps, “BROOKLYN.” The humor is immediate: Brooklyn, presumably once just a borough, becomes its own marketable brand signifying contemporary cultural capital.

Tuesday Links: Cover the Earth in Turbo Sculpture


Unveiling of the Bruce Lee statue in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina (via IMG MGMT, Art F City) Twitter grumbles about Google Play apps about Zwarte Piet, or “Black Pete”, the blackface companion to Saint Nicholas in the Netherlands.

GIF of the Day: Peter Burr’s Media Telepathy


The New York Times just got a lot cooler, thanks to this “animated echo chamber” by Peter Burr. The image above heads up a report by Brendan Nyhan that challenges the idea that our news has become so tailored to our tastes that we wall ourselves off from dissenting opinions.

This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Pumpkinhead Appreciation, and a New Sarah Thornton Book


Image via National Pumpkinhead Appreciation Month on Facebook Our plastic pumpkin baskets overfloweth: a new book by Sarah Thornton, a queer eighties sci-fi film, a gala, the release of Godard’s 3D movie, and a talk by the great new media artist Peter Burr (to appear soon today’s “GIF of the Day”) are just a few treasures.

This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Pumpkinhead Appreciation, and a New “Seven Days in the Art World”


Image via National Pumpkinhead Appreciation Month on Facebook Our plastic pumpkin baskets overfloweth: a new book by Sarah Thornton, a queer eighties sci-fi film, a gala, the release of Godard’s 3D movie, and a talk by the great new media artist Peter Burr (to appear soon today’s “GIF of the Day”) are just a few treasures.

Monday Links: Four Men Wrestle a Bear


Image courtesy PetalDee via DeviantART Four men attempt to wrestle a bear. Lesson learned? Bears are great wrestlers.

GIF of the Day: Tom Moody


Today’s GIF of the Day is an unplanned collaboration between artists Tom Moody, SeacrestCheadle and mrheaIth.

GIF of the Day: Tom Moody


Today’s GIF of the Day is an unplanned collaboration between artists Tom Moody, SeacrestCheadle and mrhealth.

SLIDESHOW: Prospect.3 Highlights So Far


Lighted barge on the Mississippi River. “You Belong Here” by Tavares Strachan We’ll be offering reflections on the work we’ve seen at the New Orleans Prospect.3 biennial, “Notes for Now,” in the coming days but to jumpstart the conversation we’re posting a single image from each venue we visited yesterday.

Not Just a “Soccer Mom,” Michelle Grabner Likes Math


Still from “A Few Minutes With…Michelle Grabner.” Ken Johnson has poured hot water on himself—yet again—thanks to his short review of Michelle Grabner’s exhibition at James Cohan Gallery.

Not Just a “Soccer Mom,” Michelle Grabner Likes Math


Still from “A Few Minutes With…Michelle Grabner.” Ken Johnson has poured hot water on himself—yet again—thanks to his short review of Michelle Grabner’s exhibition at James Cohan Gallery.


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