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GIF of the Day: Steph Davidson’s Khitten Balls

I curated the above kittens in cotton balls into my 2011 show at Denison and published it in Part 3 of my Animated GIF history.

Recommended Shows: Jen and Paul’s One-Stop Souvenir City and Chelsea Bus Tours

More “I Klaus Art” totes available at Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw’s Chelsea party bus/shop. Only $29.99!

Recommended Shows: Jason Rhoades at David Zwirner

Installation shot of Jason Rhoades’s “PeaRoeFoam” at David Zwirner (Image courtesy of David Zwirner Gallery) Jason Rhoades: PeaRoeFoam David Zwirner Gallery 537 West 20th Street Through October 18th, with a special event at the Kitchen October 4th Even if faux-factory warehouses aren’t your bag, a nod has to be given to the tremendously detailed reconstruction of Jason Rhoades’s 2007 installation.

Recommended Shows: Two Two One at Regina Rex

Image of David Stein’s storefront at Regina Rex (Image courtesy of Corinna Kirsch) Two Two One Regina Rex 221 Madison Street New York, NY 10002 Runs through October 26, 2014 Most people won’t find Regina Rex’s tunnel-like basement gallery to be large in any sense of the word.

Wednesday Links: Call Your Grandma

The New York Times reports that it will cut 100 newsroom jobs, and more. They need to give people more reasons to read the paper, not less.

Michael Bell-Smith’s “Faceted Sphere”

We tend to post recent GIFs in our GIF of the Day series, but there’s actually no reason for that. So, just to prove that we are apt to dive into the past, here’s Michael Bell-Smith‘s “Faceted Sphere” from 2008.

Tuesday Links: Squirrel Goes for a Swim

A squirrel at sea. Watch the whole thing. It’s cleansing. [Youtube, h/t Metafilter] It reminds us of this depressed penguin from Werner Herzog’s “Encounters at the End of the World”.

Pattern GIFs by Dave Whyte

We’ve featured Dave Whyte’s GIFs before, but we figured why not do it again? They are good. If you like these there’s plenty more on Bees & Bombs.

This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Sculpture!

If your preferred form of sculpture is a little weirder than the Richard Serra variety—you’re in luck.

Art World Scoop from Industry Expert Geri Thomas

Geri Thomas of Thomas & Associates I first heard of Thomas & Associates in 2001. I had just finished grad school and was looking for work.

Monday Links: We Want Marshmallows in Glitter

The Studio Museum’s Thelma Golden reveals all, from being inspired by The Jeffersons to become a curator, as well as the importance of listening to artists: “I was raised as a curator by a fierce group of artists who really demanded that I understand what their work was about.”  [Studio 360] Holland Cotter discusses the new Aspen Art Museum designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban.

What Does an “Ello” GIF Look Like?

Rejoice, GIF-makers and lovers! Ello has arrived to let you gracefully view and publish large, scrollable GIFs uncluttered by extra doodads and ads.

Highlights from The New York Art Book Fair

Welcome to the 2014 NY Art Book Fair. Full of books and crowds aplenty! The publishing world may still be adjusting to the online marketplace, but zine culture has officially exploded.

Ello: The First Artist-Friendly Social Media Site

Is Ello the new Facebook? Within days of its beta launch, all our tech-friendly FB friends have been posting about how happy they are to be moving to this new social media site.

Friday Links: Europe Considers Banning Cadmium Pigment

On September 18, Toronto became home to North America’s first Islamic art museum. [Al Jazeera] Here’s what happens when you, an artist, decide to include a watermelon-chopping executioner on a float in a small-town parade.

GIF of the Day: Procedural Brutalism

The game developer who goes by the moniker Cedric has created a few GIFs of procedurally generated architecture.

Mapping the Web: Parked Domains and Internet Real Estate

Most of the Internet’s websites have just one function: to sell or be sold. Of all the web domains in existence, nearly 75 percent are parked.

Learn from Over 100 Art World Experts with Klein Artist Works, Free Intro Webinar September 29

What’s the distance between where your art career is and where you want it to be? Can you visualize getting there?

Thursday Links: Did I Forget My Children?

Feminism’s biggest problem. [The Toast] In a world where definitions change on a whim, Prada Marfa has been named an “art museum site” by the Texas Department of Transportation.

Animated GIF of the Day: Electric Pulse

Vince Mckelvie isn’t a GIF maker, but he gets featured on this page today regardless thanks to the GIF screengrabs by Prosthetic Knowledge.