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Morning Links: Harun Farocki Edition

Film and video artist Harun Farocki has died at the age of 70. [Artnet] Artist Devin Leonardi has died at 33. [Artforum] The benefactors of Lucien Freud’s $161 million fortune—presumably his many, many children—will remain secret. [The Daily Telegraph via … Read More

Sarah Charlesworth, Bowl and Column, 1986, 
Cibachrome with lacquered wood frame, two panels. COURTESY MACCARONE.
Reviews

‘Sarah Charlesworth: Objects of Desire, 1983–1988′ at Maccarone

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Must-See Museum Shows to Make You Think, or Cry

Identity remixed in provocative displays at the Jewish Museum, the New Museum, the Whitney, and Tate Modern Read More

William Powhida and Jade Townsend, Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes, 2012, graphite on paper. COURTESY THE ARTISTS AND FREIGHT AND VOLUME.
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The Ultimate Map of Art-World Feuds

William Powhida and Jade Townsend are back with a satirical drawing of a lurid battleground where artists, posers, critics, dragons, Internet trolls, and Modernist ghosts fight for their lives Read More

Royce Weatherly, Untitled (Bupkis), 2012. Purchased by artist Richard Prince. PRIVATE COLLECTION.
Profiles

Royce Weatherly: Making Dumb Objects Speak

‘What’s the minimum you can do to make a painting?’ Read More

Arne Svenson, Neighbors #1, 2012, pigment print, ed. 5. COURTESY OF JULIE SAUL GALLERY, NEW YORK.
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Your Thievin’ Art? At Play in the Field of Fair Use

Your mug shot. Your profile picture. Your breakfast table. Is anything safe from appropriation artists? Read More

Divya Mehra, Still from On Tragedy (Did you hear the one about the Indian?), 2012.
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Remixing Romare Bearden

The Bearden iPad app, your Demuth’s in the mail, Frida threatens to shave, and other links from around the Web (and MTV) Read More

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How PoMo Can You Go ?

It was considered the End of Modernism, the beginning of a new era of content, irony, appropriation. So what ever happened to Postmodernism? Read More

Paul McCarthy and Damon McCarthy exemplify comic grossness in their multimedia piece Caribbean Pirates, 2005.
Features

When Bad Is Good

Artworks that mimic soft porn, showcase embalmed animals, mock the Pope, and otherwise offend propriety are filling auctions, museums, and galleries. Is there anything left to be upset about? Read More

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Features

‘A Different Ball Game’

The top ten collectors on our list. Read More

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Market

Are You Looking at Prices or Art?

Experts discuss how market appreciation is affecting art appreciation. Read More

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Trends

Altered States

As the end of black-and-white printing signals a transformation in the practice of photography, the medium itself is more popular than ever. Read More

John Wesley’s comic-book esthetic, as in Aer Lingus, 2002, appeals to younger artists. COURTESY FREDERICKS FREISER GALLERY, NEW YORK
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What’s So Funny About Contemporary Art?

Artists are finding inspiration in gags, slapstick, clowns, comics, and stand-up comedy. The results are sometimes satirical, sometimes ludicrous, and sometimes ‘so funny you could cry’. Read More