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“Balloon Dog Deflated” by Michael Green The price of GIFs is going up. Nicolas Sassoon’s GIF “Waterfall 6″ sold for $1,300 at the Paddles On!
The speed of this GIF is incredible: it whooshes left to right, without any metronome-like regularity.
David Greg Harth is one of those performance artists who asks people to do one thing, involving him, repeatedly.
Scott Gelber, we’ve all been there.
Deanna Havas. Photo: Marsha Owett. A child of the nineties and bitmap programs, Deanna Havas has an almost scientific eye for default templates and aesthetic languages.
With a Hello Kitty retrospective coming up at the Japanese American National Museum, a Hello Kitty scholar has stomped all over the dreams of kawaii-eyed youth by revealing hat Hello Kitty is not a cat: “She is a little girl.
Claudia Mates at Transfer Gallery. Image: Christian Grattan [Editor's note: We're featuring the work of seven artists we think you should keep an eye on throughout the end of the week.
Cai Guo-Qiang, Moving Ghost Town, 2014. (Image courtesy of Tony Prikryl, Artnews) The Aspen Art Museum has removed tortoises from their museum citing safety concerns.
James Curran James Curran’s tumblr reads like the run off of his animation work and it’s amazing. We’ve highlighted his chicken laying a football GIF—a favorite—but there’s pages more where that came from.
Mike Bailey-Gates and Claire Christerson. Image by Matthew Leifheit. If you’ve seen the work of collaborative Mike and Claire (Mike Bailey-Gates and Claire Christerson), it’s probably their GIFs.
KNIFE FIGHT from Garbage World on Vimeo. Art subtly, but noticeably, frees up in a city where artists work less, live cheap, curate their own shows, and run their own spaces.
“The story of twentieth century American art is already written—it is not a story about Chicago.” This opening line of Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists situates Chicago art as a geographical “other,” placing regionalism at the forefront of viewers’ minds.
Saul Armendariz, the world-famous Mexican-American luchador (wrestler) known as “Cassandro El Exotico” at home in El Paso, Texas.
Nick Sethi in his studio. Image: Christian Grattan [Editor's note: This week and next we'll be featuring the work of seven artists we think you should keep an eye on.
You’ve seen this GIF—now go straight to “Expanding Labyrinth,” Brenna Murphy’s 2012 Rhizome Commissions proposal.
You’ve seen this GIF—now go straight to “Expanding Labyrinth,” Brenna Murphy’s 2012 Rhizome Commissions Proposal.
Install shot of Coded After Lovelace. Image courtesy of Faith Holland. Every Monday, AFC publishes our recommended shows for the week.
If you care about SHOCKING art blurbs, here’s one to start off your week: artist prints a self-portrait from a “robotic” printer using his own blood as ink.
Gaby Cepeda made a sexy leather Alien GIF straight out of a sexual nightmare. Her other GIFs feature digitally altered celebrities, technicolor backdrops, and those glossy anime eyes.
Inspired by the new Fox reality show “Utopia”, Adam Sternbegh wonders if we’ve binged out on so much dystopia that we can’t handle the genre any more.