Tag Archives: Dan Graham

Dan Graham, Don't Trust Anyone Over 30 (still), 2004, video. COURTESY THE KITCHEN

‘All Art Should Be for Fun’: Dan Graham on His Puppet Rock ‘n’ Roll Performance at The Kitchen

“You don’t want to be 30, man,” one hippie tells another in Dan Graham’s rock ‘n’ roll puppet show Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30. “30 is death.”It was fitting, then, that last night, at The Kitchen, many of the people … Read More

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‘Few Artists Have The Potential To Become Meta’: At The Kitchen’s Spring Gala Honoring Kim Gordon and Dan Graham

“We’re still discovering some of her properties: shape-shifter, beautiful cipher, charmed, glamorous California girl bouncing back and forth between coasts, shifting valances between art, poetry, installation, and painting,” began Tony Oursler last night at Cipriani Wall Street, where The Kitchen … Read More

Armory Week 2015
Armory Show visitors with work by Nick Cave at Jack Shainman

Early Sales at the Armory Show

Halfway down one of the aisles in Pier 94, which houses the contemporary art portion of The Armory Show, Ingleby Gallery’s booth features a painting by Harland Miller emblazoned with the words “There’s No Business Like No Business.” As if flouting that … Read More

Books Reviews

How to Kill Your Idols: Kim Gordon Takes No Prisoners In New Memoir

“Rock music is all about repression,” Kim Gordon wrote in the catalogue for the artist Mike Kelley’s 1993 retrospective at the Whitney Museum. Thankfully, though, Gordon holds nothing back in her new memoir, Girl in a Band (HarperCollins, 2014). The … Read More


Virtual-Reality Art Gets Real

Last March, Facebook spent around $2 billion to buy Oculus VR, a virtual-reality company founded by 22-year-old Palmer Luckey. Mark Zuckerberg called Oculus “a new communication platform,” and spoke of sharing “entire experiences and adventures” through the use of the … Read More

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9 Funky, Surprising, and Selfie-Worthy Outdoor Art Installations to See in NYC This Summer

Where to find crumbling Rococo grottos, three-legged Buddhas, psychedelic pink flamingos, and more Read More

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Smithson Trumps Snooki: New Jersey is State of the Art

Princeton gives Jersey its props, MoMA’s Capital Exchange program drops, Cleveland rocks a mega-multi-touch-screen, and more museum news Read More


That Seventies Sensibility

A wave of exhibitions shows how the open-ended, experimental, hardscrabble, less cynical esthetic of the ’70s is appealing to artists and curators Read More