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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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MoMA Staff Protests at the Museum’s ‘Party In the Garden’ Gala

At last night’s annual Party in the Garden gala at the Museum of Modern Art—a major fundraising event for the institution, which this year was in honor of artists Richard Serra and Kara Walker, “with a special salute to David … Read More


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Marlies Verhoeven and Daisy Peat, co-founders of The Cultivist.

‘Uniquely Privileged Access’: Meet The Cultivist, the Art World’s New Members-Only Club

It’s not fair to call the entire art world a private club, but “clubby” is at least an accurate description of it, so much so that a sub-economy has sprung up in the last five years in order to provide … Read More


London Art Pitch News
Installation view of 'this place is realy nowhere' at Jupiter Woods.COURTESY JUPITER WOODS

Punching Above Their Weight: Three South London Galleries to Watch

Shows at The Sunday Painter, Jupiter Woods, and Arcadia Missa Read More


Artists News
Cover of Lydia Lunch's Queen of Siam album.

‘Don’t Blame Me for Courtney Love’: Lydia Lunch On No Wave, Brian Eno, Rent Strikes, and Legacy

Lydia Lunch is, according to Lydia Lunch, in turns, a “positive nihilist,” a “conceptualist,” a “journalist,” and a “55-year-old terror infant,” among other things. She’s also the de facto spokesperson for No Wave—the aggressive music and cinema that briefly sprung … Read More


2015 Venice Biennale
At the opening of the project on May 8.ARTNEWS

Reopen Christoph Büchel’s Mosque Project in Venice

Last Friday, Venetian authorities closed Christoph Büchel’s functioning mosque in a disused church in the city, the Swiss artist’s project for the Icelandic pavilion at the Venice Biennale, saying that it had did not have the proper permits and was … Read More


Profiles
Installation view of the second part of 'The Lulennial: A Slight Gestuary' at Lulu.

‘Small Gesture, Big Impact’: At the Inaugural Lulennial in Mexico City

“Everybody touch everybody else’s ass.”A friend, six strangers, and I begin a veritable game of Twister to follow this instruction. The robotic voice that issued it has also told us to make lusty, direct eye contact with another member of … Read More


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Women in the Art World

The June 2015 issue of ARTnews explores the position of women in the arts today by looking at current statistics, asking artists of several generations to respond to those figures, and analyzing the stereotypes that women encounter in the art world Read More


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The Guerrilla Girls' 1986 “Report Card” along Pussy Galore's 2015 version.  ©1986 GUERRILLA GIRLS; ©2015 PUSSY GALORE

Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes

Despite encouraging signs of women’s improved status and visibility in the art world, there are still major systemic problems. Do not misunderstand me: women artists are in a far better position today than they were 45 years ago, when Linda … Read More


consumer reports
Chris Lux. Photo By tktk.

Consumer Reports: Chris Lux

Chris Lux is a painter and sculptor who lives and works in San Francisco. He has had recent solo exhibitions at Jupiter Woods, London; Stussy, Tokyo; Oakland Museum, Oakland, California; Muddguts, New York; Popular Workshop, San Francisco; and Jancar Jones, Los … 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


Artists News
Alex Katz. "Sunset 1," 2008. Oil on linen, 108 x 84 inches.© Alex Katz/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY/Collection of the artist.

The Quotable Alex Katz

There are parts of Alex Katz’s studio that appear to be relics from another era. Its location, for one thing, on West Broadway in Soho—for so long the land of high-end retail and fashion pop-up stores, it’s difficult to even … Read More


Artists News
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COURTESY GALERIE PERROTIN

‘You get more out of art that doesn’t allow you to do something’: Elmgreen & Dragset On ‘Past Tomorrow’ at Galerie Perrotin

In 2014, Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset transformed the Victoria & Albert Museum’s former Textile Galleries into a life-size diorama—suddenly, museum visitors would find themselves in the stately, quaint, neoclassical Old-World apartment of one Mr. Norman Swann, a “fictional, elderly, … Read More