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Jeffrey Deitch and Massimiliano Gioni in conversation at the New York Public Library last night. JORI KLEIN/NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

‘Let’s Make It Happen’: Deitch on Almost Joining MoMA, Bribing Michael Jackson’s Doorman, and More

“I don’t really care about money,” Jeffrey Deitch told New Museum curator Massimiliano Gioni last night at the New York Public Library. “Money is something to do more crazy projects with.” There you have it. Deitch and Gioni were both … Read More


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Ai Weiwei, Camille Henrot, Instagram Founder Mike Krieger, More Will Participate in Rhizome’s Seven on Seven Conference

Rhizome, the online art and technology organization, announced the line-up today for its annual Seven on Seven conference, in which seven artists are paired with seven technologists, who then create works together over the course of one day, present them to … Read More


Art of the City Reviews
A detail of Josh Kline, FREEDOM, 2015.

The 2015 New Museum Triennial Is a Pointed, Bracing Survey of Now

The New Museum’s forward-looking third triennial, “Surround Audience,” is dark and anxious, and cut through with levity and humor. It sees quite a few intriguing young artists stepping up their games, and it introduces others to these shores. In short, … Read More


Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
Kim Gordon's memoir, Girl In A Band. 


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9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

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Retrospective Reviews
Installation view of "Younger Than Jesus." Top: Cory Arcangel, Photoshop CS: 72 by 110 inches, 300 DPI, RGB, square pixels, default gradient "Spectrum", mousedown y=1416 x=1000, mouse up y=208 x=42, 2009, unique chromogenic print. Bottom: Chu Yun, This is XX, 2006, female participant, sleeping pill, bed. PHOTO: BENOIT PAILLEY. COURTESY NEW MUSEUM

When They Were Still ‘Younger Than Jesus’: Revisiting the First Two New Museum Triennials

Named “Younger Than Jesus,” for its group of 33-year-old-or-under artists, the New Museum’s first “Generational” triennial was met with mixed reactions when it opened in 2009. Was it a response to the Whitney Biennial? Was it a provocation? What was … Read More


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The Art of the Curious Nineties

The decade is back big-time—but whose ’90s is it, anyway? Read More


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Chris Ofili, Ovid-Actaeon, 2011–12, oil and charcoal on linen, 125" x 78". ©CHRIS OFILI/COURTESY THE ARTIST, DAVID ZWIRNER, NEW YORK AND LONDON, AND VICTORIA MIRO, LONDON/COLLECTION OF ROBERT AND ANNE-CECILIE SPEYER, NEW YORK​

Chris Ofili at New Museum

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A poster for the New Museum's upcoming Triennial. COURTESY NEW MUSEUM

New Museum to Publish 2015 Triennial Poetry Book

Last week the New Museum announced the participants in its 2015 triennial, “Surround Audience,” which is being organized by curator Lauren Cornell and the artist Ryan Trecartin, and opens this coming February. A minor note in the release was that the museum … Read More


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Here Are the Participating Artists in the 2015 New Museum Triennial

The New Museum has shared the list of participating artists in its 2015 Triennial, which was curated by Lauren Cornell, a curator at the museum, and artist Ryan Trecartin, and is titled “Surround Audience.” The show will open February 25 … Read More


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The Women of the Arab Art World

Women in the Middle East and North Africa find themselves welcome in the world of art, because most men ignore its power Read More


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The Future of the American Kunsthalle

Kunsthalles are flexible spaces designed for showing, not collecting, art. But how do they survive—and raise money—without outgrowing their model? Read More


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‘Here and Elsewhere’ at New Museum

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‘Daughter of Bad Girls’ at Klaus von Nichtssagend

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All Together Now: Artists and Crowdsourcing

In galleries, public spaces, and online, artists are orchestrating pieces that can only be completed by you Read More