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Scene from Andrew Jeffrey Wright’s Bananazz comic strip This weekend, Twitter raged over an investigative article that wondered why a documentary film on Jeff Koons wasn’t included in the artist’s Whitney retrospective.
Paul McCarthy’s “Tree” Paul McCarthy’s butt plugs continue to spark outrage in Paris. Erected in Paris’s upmarket Place Vendôme this Thursday as part of the FIAC art fair, the giant green plug titled “Tree” enraged a passerby Thursday so much that he slapped McCarthy three times.
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Paul McCarthy, “Tree”, 2014 By now, you’ve heard the news: 69 year old artist Paul McCarthy was attacked in Paris yesterday whiling installing on “Tree,” a giant inflatable butt plug at Place Vendôme.
Paul Ramírez Jonas (Honduran-American, b. 1965). The Commons, 2011. Cork, pushpins, notes contributed by the public, 153 x 128 x 64 in.
We’re not even in L.A. and we want to ride the public transit thanks to this retro-eighties commercial promoting the metro.
If you didn’t read Paddy Johnson’s review of the film “Twohundredandfiftysixcolors”, a feature-length film made of 3,000 GIFS, I recommend checking it out.
The ArtQuarters Press semi-annual prize for art criticism has announced that their deadline for submissions has been extended to December 12th, 2014.
Michael Bell-Smith at Foxy Production Rabbit Season, Duck Season Foxy Production 623 W 27th St Runs through November 26, 2014 On the Internet, text and images can be altered, rearranged and remixed.
From left to right: Lorna Mills, “Ungentrified” at OCAD’s “Absolutely Free”. Maria Ezcurra’s “Made in China” From “The Possibility of Everything.” and Yvette Mattern’s “Global Rainbow” also included in “The Possibility of Everything” Lorna Mills, “Ungentrified” In the group show “Absolutely Free” at the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) Nuit Blanche One night only, October 4th in Toronto.
Derrick Adams, “Fun Fabulous Friends” 2014 (Image courtesy of Tilton Gallery) Derrick Adams: LIVE and IN COLOR Tilton Gallery 8 E 76th St Runs through October 18th Trips to Upper East Side: obligatory, and usually cheerless.
Of all the responses in Karen Archey and Robin Peckham’s Art Post-Internet catalogue questionnaire about the term, my favorite comes from Christiane Paul, who corrects the idea that Marisa Olson coined “Post-Internet”.
This is an outtake GIF from Małgosia Woźnica’s “Arxitekton,” an incredible GIF trip through mechanized architecture.
Gianna Commito By all accounts our Paddle8 auction is doing well. The Jayson Musson, Joshua Abelow, Alex Da Corte, and Keith Mayerson works all have bids.
Installation view of Art Post-Internet Those in search of a definitive text on post-internet artmaking now have a source book to download.
Does nail art mean we’re turning into post-human cyborgs? [Rhizome] “I put a giant 10-foot vagina in the world and people respond to giant 10-foot vaginas in the way that they do.” Carolina A.
These aren’t art GIFs, but if anyone remembers our Panda Liveblog during last year’s government shutdown, you’ll understand why we have such an affection for these guys.
Brenna Murphy Pizza. Choosing which events to attend this week is a bit like choosing a slice. Doesn’t matter how many options there are, you go with your favorite.
Frieze co-founder Matthew Slotover defends the fair against recent criticism that it is little more than “Ikea for the rich.” “We should be grateful to them,” he says.
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