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My Cup Runneth with Desire: Bjarne Melgaard

My Cup Runneth with Desire: Bjarne Melgaard
With work currently on view at two separate New York locations, artist Bjarne Melgaard has... Read More

What Valentine’s Day Is Really About

What Valentine's Day Is Really About
In it’s third consecutive year, Visual AIDS has organized an event called Love Positive Women.... Read More

Combat America’s New Villain: Believe in Art

Combat America's New Villain: Believe in Art
What happens when a writer is at a loss for words? When all that seemed... Read More

It’s not digital! A conversation with Zipora Fried

It's not digital! A conversation with Zipora Fried
In the wake of her recent exhibition “Late October” at On Stellar Rays in the... Read More

Ugo Rondinone, Miami’s Magic Mountain

Ugo Rondinone, Miami's Magic Mountain
With a central placement at Collins Park in the foreground of the Bass Museum, Ugo... Read More

Top Ten Picks: Art Basel Miami Beach, 2016

Top Ten Picks: Art Basel Miami Beach, 2016
Rumors started to circulate during the VIP Preview days at Art Basel Miami Beach and did so in... Read More

The Indomitable Ai Weiwei in New York

The Indomitable Ai Weiwei in New York
Upon approaching Jeffrey Deitch’s reclaimed gallery in Soho, a passerby with a glimpse into the... Read More

Expect the Unexpected: Referentes at ArtBO, 2016

Expect the Unexpected: Referentes at ArtBO, 2016
In its third year, REFERENTES, one of the seven sections of ArtBO was curated by... Read More

The Art of the Chop, Hudson, NY

The Art of the Chop, Hudson, NY
At one time, print making was not only an art form but a true —even... Read More

Oh Sh*t! Maurizio Cattelan’s America

Oh Sh*t! Maurizio Cattelan's America
For the record, Maurizio Cattelan is an artist who I actually do like. He has... Read More

Exclusive: Adrian Villar Rojas, Post-Apocolyptic

Exclusive: Adrian Villar Rojas, Post-Apocolyptic
Katy Diamond Hamer in conversation with Adrián Villar Rojas Exactly one year ago, those in... Read More

Why the Internet loves Vanessa Beecroft

Why the Internet loves Vanessa Beecroft
I have a confession to make: I love reading articles about Vanessa Beecroft. Having first... Read More

Deng Tai: Shadow at MoMA PS1

Deng Tai: Shadow at MoMA PS1
While Chinese artist Cao Fei stole the recent spotlight for summer exhibitions at MoMA PS1... Read More

The Raven: Julia Oldham

The Raven: Julia Oldham
Sarah Walko (The Raven) speaks to artist Julia Oldham. SARAH WALKO: How do you usually... Read More

Night & Day at Joseph Gross Gallery, NY

Night & Day at Joseph Gross Gallery, NY
What happens when the lights go out? When art that is meant illuminate suddenly goes... Read More

FADA House of Madness, Watermill Center

FADA House of Madness, Watermill Center
Once again art world celebrities, artists and collectors flocked to the Watermill Center in New... Read More

People Who Work Here, David Zwirner Summer Show

People Who Work Here, David Zwirner Summer Show
How much does a gallery size, location and reputation influence the work that is being... Read More

Shhhhhhhh, Secret Dungeon, Brooklyn

Shhhhhhhh, Secret Dungeon, Brooklyn
Let’s face it, the cost of living in New York City and the surrounding boroughs... Read More

Martin Creed, The Back Door

Martin Creed, The Back Door
Curated by art world luminaries Tom Eccles and Hans Ulrich Obrist, “The Back Door” could... Read More

I Am America, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, NY

I Am America, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, NY
What does it mean to be America, or American rather? Beyond the legalese, is it... Read More

Ally at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philly

Ally at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philly
The Fabric Workshop and Museum offers residencies to artists, giving them the platform and the... Read More

Robert Wilson x Hermes: Here Elsewhere

Robert Wilson x Hermes: Here Elsewhere
Robert Wilson has a very particular way of approaching his art practice. A Renaissance man... Read More

Ed Atkins, Performance Capture: The Kitchen

Ed Atkins, Performance Capture: The Kitchen
Ed Atkins is a sculptor who works in two-dimensional format. Scratch that. Ed Atkins, is... Read More

Laetitia Soulier’s Suspended Stories in Fractal Architecture

Laetitia Soulier’s Suspended Stories in Fractal Architecture
ETTD Correspondent and artist Sarah Walko (The Raven) recently wrote an essay in response to... Read More

She Who Tells a Story, National Museum of Women in the Arts

She Who Tells a Story, National Museum of Women in the Arts
She Who Tells a Story,  by Vikki Tobak According to photographer Lalla Essaydi, “Beauty is... Read More

Considering the Considered, Carrie Mae Weems at SCAD

Considering the Considered, Carrie Mae Weems at SCAD
Carrie Mae Weems was recently celebrated at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)... Read More

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