Brooklyn Art Project's Blog – July 2011 Archive (207)

New Museum First Saturdays for Families: “Ostalgia” Saturday, September 10, 2011 | 10:00 AM

*Please note that New Museum “First” Saturdays for Families this month will take place on the second Saturday of the month due to the Labor Day holiday the weekend before.

Have you ever missed a special place? How did you remember it? Come explore the exhibition “Ostalgia,” which brings together the work of more than fifty artists from twenty countries across Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Republics. This exhibition takes its title…

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Get Weird: Main Attrakionz Friday, August 26, 2011 | 7:00 PM

This performance will begin promptly at 7 p.m. with a duration of approximately 90 minutes.

Main Attrakionz are the Oakland, California-based duo of Squadda B and Mondre, who both turn twenty years old this year. Despite their young age, the duo have been making music together for six years, releasing the first documents of this collaboration in 2009. In 2010, their hazy, waterlogged sound saw them bound into a burgeoning movement tagged “cloud rap”…

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Light Industry Presents: This Is Marshall McLuhan Thursday, August 11, 2011 | 7:00 PM

This Is Marshall McLuhan: The Medium Is the Massage

Ernest Pintoff, 16mm, 1967, 54 mins

Introduced by Alex Kitnick

This Is Marshall McLuhan: The Medium Is the Massage premiered in 1967 as one of the first installments of “NBC Experiment in Television,” an innovative series of Sunday-afternoon cultural programs that would later include such diverse offerings as an animated special by Harold Pinter, Jim Henson’s live-action teleplay The…

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Mysterious Green Door in DUMBO Beckons

By Mary Frost

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

DUMBO — It’s hard to resist a mysterious green door bearing the words “Unlock Me.”

This is what has recently popped up in DUMBO — attached to the outer wall of St. Ann’s Warehouse theater space at

BrooklynEagle.com Art Headlines…

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e-flux: Vacation to the rescue!

We’ll be closing shop for a short summer break. Back on August 5th.

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News – 7/29/2011

Typecast, an online service for developing the typographic layout of Web sites directly in a browser.

Nomad Brush. Very cool.

A lot of info in not a lot of space… Rethink the Food Label, a design challenge by Design Matters, Art Center College of Design and the UC Berkeley School of…

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e-flux: vacation!



Photo: Nikolaus Hirsch.

We’ll be closing shop for a short summer break. Back on August 5th.

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Art Agenda: July reviews: Christoph Buchel, Anri Sala, Willem de Rooij, Bjorn Dahlem and more…



Anri Sala, “Le Clash,” 2010.

July’s Art Agenda reviews saw coverage of select gallery summer group shows—Aoife Rosenmeyer on “Sculpture Now” at Galerie Eva Presenhuber; Media Farzin on “The Unfinished Film” at Gladstone Gallery, New York; Ana Teixeira Pinto on “The Art of Narration Changes with Time” at Sprüth Magers,…

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Fotolia print ads

What separates an excellent ad from an average one? Ask MacLaren McCann Calgary, the ad agency that came up with Fotolia’s award-winning, “#1 in Europe” campaign. The agency took a risk, broke the rules, pushed the boundaries of advertising and unleashed some creative writing and a block of typography (so tightly-set that it’s almost hard to read) to create a series of print ads that…

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Webpick of the Week – My Tribe Is My Life

This interactive documentary takes its audience into the worlds of eight music fans, exploring how the Internet has transformed their relationships and helped forge their identities. Their encounters illuminate ways of being together in the era of connectedness and microsocieties: Does social media offer increased social interaction or foster a sense of isolation? Does the Web transform…

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Fundación Proa: Systems, Actions and Processes. 1965-1975



Exhibition view at Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires.

Works by Edgardo Vigo, Bas Jan Ader, Robert Smithson, Mel Bochner, Dan Graham and Víctor Grippo.

Fundación Proa

23 July–25 September 2011

Until September 25th, Fundación Proa presents Systems, Actions and Processes. 1965–1975, an exhibition…

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Art Agenda: July reviews: Christoph Buchel, Anri Sala, Willem de Rooij, Bjorn Dahlem and more…



Anri Sala, “Le Clash,” 2010.

July’s Art Agenda reviews saw coverage of select gallery summer group shows—Ana Teixeira Pinto on ‘The Art of Narration Changes with Time’ at Spruth Magers, Berlin; Media Farzin on “The Unfinished Film” at Gladstone Gallery, New York; and Aoife Rosenmeyer on the Sculpture show at Galerie…

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B’klyn Philharmonic Moves Into Brighton, Bed-Stuy, Downtown

From Brahms and Aaron Copland

To Mos Def and Shostakovich

BROOKLYN — It’s not every day a board of directors appoints a new Artistic Director and gives that person carte blanche to determine and design the artistic present and future of the

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Pratt Institute Hosts Young Artist from Port-au-Prince

BROOKLYN — Two months ago, 19-year-old Haitian artist and high school student Alex Louis was living on Grand Rue in a small makeshift house in his home town of Port-au-Prince, a city still recovering from an earthquake that devastated Haiti

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News – 7/28/2011

Google will speed up your Web page load times with Page Speed Service. All you have to do is provide them with your serving and reference domains. Hmmm…

StyleFeeder Explorer. A shopping aggregator. By Kodis Interactive.

Win a (temporary) job. The Big Ad Gig.

Is fostering creativity a goal…

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What’s in Your Bucket?

by Ernie Schenck

What about advertising people? What would be on our professional bucket list? How would we want to use our talents? Would we put them to other uses?…

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CAKE Bound Away book

San Francisco-based BANDmade Books recently collaborated with the band CAKE to create Bound Away, a handmade book based on a track from CAKE’s most recent album, Showroom of Compassion. The song tells the story of vocations that regularly take people away from home. Comprised of 24 illustrated pages, the book was hand printed using linoleum blocks (hand-carved by…

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Webpick of the Day – Jam3

This redesign includes some unique design features, a 3-D engine to complement the studio’s portfolio and a Toys section where designers and developers can create and display original work.…

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Gwangju Biennale: 2012 Artistic Directors

The Gwangju Biennale Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Sunjung Kim, Mami Kataoka, Carol Yinghua Lu, Nancy Adajania, Wassan Al-Khudhairi, and Alia Swastika as Joint Artistic Directors of the 9th Gwangju Biennale 2012. For the first time, the Biennale has appointed a group of six young Asian women…

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The Fruitmarket Gallery: Ingrid Calame at The Fruitmarket Gallery



Ingrid Calame, “From #258 Drawing” (Tracings from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the L.A. River) (detail), 2007.

Enamel paint on aluminium, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Carmen and Mark Holeman Contemporary Fund, 2008.3.

The Fruitmarket Gallery is delighted to present the first solo exhibition in Scotland…

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