January 2011 Blog Posts (332)

Maren Caruso

A scallop for the Boulevard cookbook.

Personal work, Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich.

Watermelon Tomato Salad, for the book…

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The Price of Everything book trailer

With countless new arrivals and launches, few categories are as cluttered as book publishing. How do you launch a new book in a way that will stand out despite a limited budget? With a video trailer. In his book, The Price of Everything: Solving the Mystery of Why We Pay What We Do, Eduardo Porter…

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Brooklyn Art Gallery To Exhibit Artists From Former Soviet Union

BROOKLYN — Beginning on Thursday, March 3, BAC (Brooklyn Arts Council) Gallery, 111 Front St., presents “Three Points Define a Surface,” a group exhibition of works by draftsman Andrey Borodulya, painter Vladimir Davidenko and photographer Anton Trofymov.

All three artists

BrooklynEagle.com Art Headlines…

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News – 1/31/2011

SynthCam makes photos shot with an iPhone 4 look like they were taken with a SLR camera.

FontFuse. Create font pairings. From 2,000 Web fonts. For Extensis by Blue Collar Interactive.

Bridgestone’s Super Bowl teaser spot hits a nerve… “Reply All” by The Richards…

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Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein: Bill Bollinger



Bill Bollinger, “Cyclone Fence.”

Exhibition view, Castelli Warehouse, New York, 1968.

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

4 February – 8 May 2011

In the late 1960s, Bill Bollinger was one of the foremost sculptors of his time, routinely mentioned in the same breath as the likes of Bruce Nauman, Robert…

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Webpick of the Day – DAFFY’S

This iconic New York discount retailer wanted everyone to be able to access its Web site, so it was recently relaunched in HTML.
Credits: %3C/a"">"">www.freedomandpartners.com

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Bétonsalon – Centre for art and research: Programme 2011



Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger, “France, détours” episode 1 – Devoir et déroute, 2009.

Video 26 min 36, color, sound, dialogues in French.

Film stills by Moser & Schwinger.

Courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris ; KOW, Berlin.

Bétonsalon – Centre for art and research

Revolving…

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Zeitgeistpoems: Catmandu is Still Nepal (Satis Shroff)

 

 

Cathmandu is Still Nepal (Satis Shroff)



There were two young men,

Brothers who left their homes

In the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas.

The older one, for his father had barked at him,

“Go to Nepal and never come home again.”

The younger…

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Bétonsalon – Centre for art and research: Programme 2011



Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger, “France, détours” episode 1 – Devoir et déroute, 2009.

Video 26 min 36, color, sound, dialogues in French.

Film stills by Moser & Schwinger.

Courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris ; KOW, Berlin.

Bétonsalon – Centre for art and research

Revolving…

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MAK: Eva Schlegel’s In Between



Exhibition view, MAK 2010.

© Wolfgang Woessner / MAK.

A spectacular installation dealing with the theme of flying and falling between success and failure, at the very edge of that which is possible, stands at the center of the exhibition Eva Schlegel. In Between at the MAK Exhibition Hall. This installation…

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Santa Barbara Museum of Art: Charles Garabedian



Charles Garabedian, “Study for the Iliad (Two Men and Woman),” 1992.

Acrylic on paper on panel, 43-1/2 x 80 x 1-7/8″.*

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

January 22 – April 17, 2011

Charles Garabedian’s paintings and works on paper explore themes of war, music, the body, dismemberment, heroism, comic…

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Dance Brooklyn Choreographers Discuss Brooklyn’s Dance Community

By Carrie Stern

FLICfest, a festival of new, evening length dance works, opened last Thursday. In the weeks before the festival opened I asked the participating choreographers, via e-mail, to talk about dancing in Brooklyn.

As choreographer Tami Stronach says, “The diversity of cultures and interests that are concentrated in this corner of the world — the many unique pockets that produce their own ambiance — is so special, and there is always more to discover… A creative pulse…

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Is this Normal life?

Husband said “let’s go into Braehead shopping centre and have a wee walk about” This basically means me and Ashley end up sweaty, tired and bored, breathing in itchy manufactured air conditioned breezes and we start picking fights with each other.



The whole place smells of processed burgers, ice cream and sticky cotton candy. Ashley isn’t good at clothes shopping.



She laughs loudly and animatedly at dress’s I pick up. I think the style looks fine and then she snorts and gets… Continue

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Of Honeybees starts this Friday!

Don't miss your chance to see Honeybees starting this Friday!

 

ABOUT HONEYBEES:

The story of two turnip farmers chasing honey bees and dreams."

"A New Indie Rock Musical"

By Aaron and Anna Jones…

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Musée d’art contemporain: Anri Sala



Anri Sala, “Answer Me,” 2008.

High-definition video projection, stereo sound, 4 min 51 s, 3/6.*

An exhibition that can be viewed like a single work of art: that is what visitors will experience at the MAC in this presentation of works by Anri Sala?the artist’s first solo exhibition in Canada, and his largest…

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White Space // Office for Curating/ Art/ Theory: ReCoCo – Life Under Representational Regimes



Diego Castro, “Protest,” 2009.

Pencil drawing on A4 paper.

ReCoCo – Life Under Representational Regimes is a long-term exhibition and platform for screenings and talks. The first exhibition will be shown between 05 February and 26 February 2011 in Zurich in a collaboration of White Space // Office for…

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The Fruitmarket Gallery: Jean-Marc Bustamante



Jean-Marc Bustamante, “Stationnaire II,” 1991.

C-print, resin, epoxy 12 boxes, 66 x 56 x 8 cm (each).*

The Fruitmarket Gallery

4 February – 3 April 2011

Jean-Marc Bustamante is one of France’s senior artists and a major figure in the international art world. His clear, direct vision manifests…

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The search...........for Love.................

Our search for love in every moment of our lives is our struggle to be alive.....to be human......instances of discovery 'nd triumph are sweet electrifying and simply joyful...........the struggles in between not so much at times.......love has had many symbols and has been described and experienced by people of all ages, sizes, shapes and walks of

life, by poets and scientist....few can really fully describe it or be absolutely certain when its "full" or "true" existence became…

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Austrian Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale : Austrian Pavilion at the 54th Biennale di Venezia



Markus Schinwald, “A Stage Matrix II,” 2006.

Eva Schlegel is pleased to announce that Markus Schinwald will represent Austria at the 54th Biennale di Venezia in the Austrian Pavilion.

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Chisenhale Gallery: Daniel Sinsel



Daniel Sinsel, “Untitled,” 2010.*

28 January – 14 March 2011

Chisenhale Gallery presents a new body of work by London based artist Daniel Sinsel with his first solo exhibition in a public gallery. Sinsel’s small handcrafted paintings and sculptures explore classical themes of space, volume and…

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