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Comment Archives: stories: Art: Art

Re: “Inside the Internet Art Bubble

Finally.

Posted by . on 08/17/2011 at 7:15 AM

Re: “Given Huge White Wall, Eighteen Street Artists Paint It Now

did the artists get a scaffold to work on?

Posted by fish with braids on 07/16/2011 at 7:40 PM

Re: “Is Conservation Killing Contemporary Architecture?

I understand the want for ease in creativity, but like all mediums, architecture is ever evolving. But like painting, you cannot abolish it's history, and therefore are never starting anew, on a fresh canvas. So suck it up architecture, your creative genius is purely dependent on the foundations of the past.

If anything, the new modes of architecture look hap hazard in juxtaposition to the efforts of the past.

Posted by The motion on 06/05/2011 at 2:19 PM

Re: “5 Art Stars You Need to Know

'wifebeater' was common parlance in my midwest Christian high school in 1998

Posted by Fatty Nips on 04/13/2011 at 4:54 PM

Re: “Inside the Artist's Studio: Ruby Sky Stiler in Gowanus

I can't believe no one's commented on how awesome this stuff is. What's a matter with you people?

Posted by John E. Sullivan on 04/11/2011 at 11:37 AM

Re: “Rirkrit Tiravanija Serves Food Art for the Soul

Excellent question. Perhaps for those who understand the relational aesthetics and it's history, Tiravanija's work may seem tired, redundant. However, because it is an experience and not an object, the work can only exist for a limited number of people -- and thus has the potential to be highly relevant for newcomers. Relational aesthetics as a movement then might have more endurance than most other artistic movements ...

Posted by allesebaker on 03/30/2011 at 11:32 PM

Re: “Inside the Artist's Studio: Angel Otero in Ridgewood

Waoo!!

Posted by Michelle leyva on 03/02/2011 at 4:00 PM

Re: “Lost Artist Tribes Found: Neon Coyotes, Bearded Men and Identical Triplets

They are beautiful art and social commentary. Definitely to be seen.

Posted by artemisp4f2d on 02/05/2011 at 3:38 AM
Posted by Ken on 10/26/2010 at 11:29 AM

Re: “The Last Newsroom

What a thoughtful and well-written article about a compelling subject. Can't wait to see the exhibition!

Posted by artemisp4f2d on 10/11/2010 at 4:10 PM

Re: “Pole Dancing in the Sun at PS1

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Posted by poledanceintlmagazine on 07/16/2010 at 9:07 PM

Re: “Julie Mehretu Gets Ghost at the Guggenheim

Why GREY when there are so many beautiful colors?
Why LIMIT?

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Posted by CGG on 05/27/2010 at 9:56 PM

Re: “Julie Mehretu Gets Ghost at the Guggenheim

beautifull work of Julie
Hanneke Brandsma

Posted by Hanneke Brandsma on 05/27/2010 at 2:41 PM

Re: “Marina Abramovic Is Waiting For You

The artist's name is spelt incorrectly in your title. It's Abramovic, not Ambamovic.

Posted by mrez on 04/12/2010 at 10:45 AM

Re: “Dustin Wayne Harris's Cake Mix Brings All the Girls to the Yard

atwood's work in the edible woman couldn't be stronger... or sweeter... or...
point being, with such a rich and gooey precedent, i am eager to see get a taste...
(or is it a piece?)

curious that Dustin Wayne Harris let the women do all the work of stirring things up and found their cakes a metaphor for the full relationship. where is he in this?

enticing,

nikki
words editor, W5RAn.com

Posted by W5RAn.com on 03/30/2010 at 11:03 AM

Re: “William Kentridge Follows His Nose

like

Posted by notraybourke on 03/09/2010 at 1:10 PM

Re: “Emil Alzamora's Sleek Metaphors

Thankyou for perceptive criticisms; I agree with most except for the simplistic " head is up on the clouds" comment for "Afterlife afterthought" Also I feel that the smoothness of the large peices makes the observer identify with their own skin and themselves I dont find the exhibition depressing perhaps imposing and uncomfortable because as is often with Alzamora's work it makes us confront our feelings, EXPRESS our feelings, and question our life

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Posted by MA on 01/21/2010 at 10:15 AM

Re: “Emil Alzamora's Sleek Metaphors

Amazing words for amazing art. Well done Emil and Benjamin!

~E

Posted by ~Egg on 01/19/2010 at 9:25 PM

Re: “You (Yes, You) Can Be an Art Collector

So great to see this article on affordable art. There is, without a doubt, an abundance of talented, independent artists selling their work for cheap. It's just a matter of helping people to connect and find art that resonates.

I'd also recommend the following galleries which all have online presence:
https://www.enormoustinyart.com/
http://fontanellegallery.com/
http://www.thinkspacegallery.com/
http://www.tinlark.com/
http://www.magic-pony.com/
http://www.beholder-art.com/
http://www.lebasseprojects.com/
http://www.hibbleton.com/
http://www.soovac.org/
http://raredevice.net/
http://sebastianfoster.com/

Posted by kate - arthound on 01/02/2010 at 11:50 AM

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