February 2011 Blog Posts (290)

Call for Entries – Exhibition and Premeire Issue of BAP Quarterly

Upload what you consider to be your best work ever by March 2nd, 2011.

Submissions will be guest curated by Samantha Levin of Anagnorisis Fine Arts and curator for White Rabbit in the Lower East Side, NYC.

Selected works will…

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Call for Entries – Exhibition and Premeire Issue of BAP Quarterly

Upload what you consider to be your best work ever by March 2nd, 2011.

Submissions will be guest curated by Samantha Levin of Anagnorisis Fine Arts and curator for White Rabbit in the Lower East Side, NYC.

Selected works will…

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Webpick of the Week – Organic Valley

Curious consumers can learn about Organic Valley, organic agriculture—a philosophy and production system that mirrors the natural laws of living organisms with emphasis on the interdependence of life—and the more than 1,600 organic farmers who are part of the Organic Valley brand.

Content on this information-rich site includes a range of articles explaining the benefits of…

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L.A. Metro out-of-home

“Opposites,” the previous campaign for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority presented simple iconic word pairings set in a stark, black-and-white palette. The goal of this campaign was to extend the concept with simple visuals and to add color and positive messaging. Created by Metro Design Studio, L.A. Metro’s in-house communications group, the new campaign pairs…

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Call for Entries – Exhibition and Premeire Issue of BAP Quarterly

Upload what you consider to be your best work ever by March 2nd, 20111



Submissions will be curated by Samantha Levin of Anagnorisis Fine Arts and curator for White Rabbit in the Lower East Side, NYC.



Selected works…

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Fotomuseum Winterthur: Andre Kertesz



André Kertész, “Place de la Concorde,” Paris, 1928.

Gelatin silver print.

Printed in the 1970s, 25,2 x 20,3 cm.

Collection of Robert Gurbo.

Fotomuseum Winterthur

26 February–15 May 2011

André Kertész—who was born in Budapest in 1894 and died in New York in 1985—was a supporter of Brassaï,…

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CUNY Graduate Center / Independent Curators International / New Museum: The Now Museum: Contemporary Art, Curating Histories, Alternative Models

What do museums of contemporary art stand for today? The last two decades has seen an unimaginable diversification of the museum as a place for exhibiting art and telling history, producing innovative education models, promoting international collaborations, forming alternative archives, and facilitating new…

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The Now Museum: Contemporary Art, Curating Histories, Alternative Models Thursday, March 10, 2011 | 7:00 PM

Thursday, March 10 | New Museum | 7–9 p.m.

Friday, March 11 | CUNY Graduate Center | 10 a.m.–6 p.m. | FREE

Saturday, March 12 | New Museum | 12–6 p.m.

Sunday, March 13 | New Museum | 2–6 p.m. | Graduate students respond | FREE

This conference aims to tackle key questions around the museum as an institutional entity and contemporary art as an art historical category. Speakers will provide an overview of developments across the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the…

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Frieze: Issue 137 out now

Dan Fox finds a new model for an institutional operation in south east Brazil: ‘Visiting Instituto Inhotim is quite unlike any other art experience I have had; there is a walking trail through paradisical gardens, where, hidden in palm groves or setting serenely by the side of a lake, the visitor can find Modernist-style…

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Public Movement: Actions 2006–10: A Presentation by Dana Yahalomi, Public Movement Leader Sunday, February 27, 2011 | 3:00 PM

Public Movement explores the political and aesthetic possibilities residing in a group of people acting together. The movement operates in public spaces, and studies and creates public choreographies, forms of social order, and overt and covert rituals. Among Public Movement’s actions in the past and in the future are: manifestations of presence, fictional acts of hatred, new folk dances, synchronized procedures of movement, spectacles, marches, and inventing and reenacting…

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Asia Art Archive (AAA) : The Artist Residency with Young-hae Chang Heavy Industries

Asia Art Archive (AAA) announces the upcoming Artist Residency with Seoul-based web art group Young-hae Chang Heavy Industries (YHCHI). The group will spend the month of March at the Archive as AAA’s second International Artists-in-residence.…

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Far Closer

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Housing the Muse, Part Two

by Wendy Richmond

Each element, of any indoor or outdoor space, plays two roles: hide and reveal. In the landscape as well as inside buildings, it is just as exciting to experience the hide as it is to experience the reveal.…

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Landscape Architecture Magazine redesign

When Landscape Architecture Magazine decided to overhaul the look of its century-old publication, it worked with Washington DC’s Design Army. The goal was ambitious: to bring the publication—and the industry—into focus for a new era. Now, a century after it was born, the magazine is better positioned to inspire today’s architects and tomorrow’s landscapes. Anchored by a…

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News – 2/24/2011

Open Library, a Wikipedia-like catalog of books, with the eventual goal of a page for every book ever published, just launched its Lending Library.

More than 1.8 million people voted. An entry in Dictionary.com makes it official. The plural of Prius is Prii. Prius Goes Plural: One Becomes More. From Saatchi & Saatchi L.A.

Quark…

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Apps Wanted

by Rebecca Bedrossian

I’m a firm believer in patience being a virtue, and good things come to those who wait, after all, I finally got an iPhone. As a Verizon customer whose contract ended one year ago, I held out hope that the phone all my office mates had would come to my carrier. And it did. I pre-ordered and on Monday, February 7, my phone arrived.

Now I’ve heard a lot about how these phones have practically changed lives. There’s been no seismic shift in my life yet—but…

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‘It’s Like a Concert Tour, But With Sketchbooks’

As part of The Sketchbook Project, thousands of Moleskine sketchbooks that have been filled by somewhere close to 30,000 people in 94 countries will be exhibited at galleries and museums as they tour across the country. The project is organized by Art House Coop in Red Hook.

The tour started this week, and will be at Brooklyn Art Library in Williamsburg until Feb. 27, when it will be packed up for the SXSW Festival in Austin. After the tour, all sketchbooks…

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Webpick of the Day – Elise Baldwin

This experiential site for a sound designer captures the work through layers of vintage postcards, archival video footage and visceral, fluid effects to create unique worlds for each section of the site.
Credits: %3C/a"">"">www.seanmcclintock.tv

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Ludlow 38: MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies

The Goethe-Institut New York is pleased to announce the January 2011 inauguration of MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38, at 38 Ludlow Street, the downtown satellite space for contemporary art of the Goethe-Institut New York. This residency program continues the successful partnership…

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The Power Plant: Three exhibitions



Thomas Hirschhorn, “Das Auge (The Eye),” 2008.

Mixed media. Installation view: Secession, Vienna.

Courtesy the artist and ARNDT, Berlin.

11 March–29 May 2011

The Power Plant is re-opening 11 March 2011 with a new website and graphic identity in addition to a new lobby and retail space. In…

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