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Extracurriculars
@BAKKOOONN.

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‘To Be Boring Online Is a Terrible Thing’: BAKOON on Twitter, Politics, Horror, and So Much More

Extracurriculars is a recurring feature in which artists discuss their interests that are not art.One of the best accounts on Twitter belongs to @BAKKOOONN, the handle of San Francisco–based artist and photographer Oliver Leach. Having amassed a substantial art following … Read More


Extracurriculars
A rendering of Casey Jane Ellison.

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‘Being an Outsider Is A Privileged Position’: Casey Jane Ellison on Comedy, Catcalling, Consumerism, and More

Extracurriculars is a new recurring feature in which artists discuss their interests that are not art Read More


Extracurriculars
Andrew Kuo. Photo by Katherine McMahon.

‘I Believe in the Beyond of Bed, Bath & Beyond’: Andrew Kuo on Sports, ‘The Sopranos,’ Sadness, and More

Extracurriculars is a new recurring feature in which artists discuss their interests that are not art Read More


News
Sebastiano Magnanini.

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Morning Links: Art Thief Murder Edition

Must-read stories from around the art world Read More


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Keeping New Media New: Conserving High-Tech Art

Conservators are rushing to keep pace with technology as they find ways to extend the working lives of art made with code, VHS tapes, and other rapidly changing platforms Read More


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Ralph Steadman. Dodo, 2011. COPYRIGHT 2012 BY RALPH STEADMAN. REPRINTED BY PERMISSION OF BLOOMSBURY.

In a Post-Audubon Era, Things Can Take a Nasty Tern

Ralph Steadman, Walton Ford, and other artists conjure extinct bird species, real and imagined Read More


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An Xiao's The Artist Is Kinda Present, 2010, a performance in which the artist had conversations with gallerygoers over Twitter.  JOANIE SAN CHIRICO

The Social Revolution

Today’s Facebook comments are tomorrow’s artworks as artists harness social technology to comment on how our new connectivity is changing our culture. Read More