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Entries by ARTINFO from 07/2010

"WORK OF ART" RECAP: The Undead Get Dirty

| Posted 07.01.2010 | Arts

Every Thursday, ARTINFO reviews the carnage and glory of the previous night's episode of Bravo's art-world reality show Work of Art. (Be sure to visit...

NEW YORK: This Week's Gallery Openings (July 8, 2010)

| Posted 07.07.2010 | Arts

ARTINFO presents a guide to the most interesting gallery openings in New York each week. The luckiest among us will be spending our summer in the H...

BOOK REVIEW: Guide to Glenn Beck's New Novel, "The Overton Window"

| Posted 07.07.2010 | Arts

Glenn Beck is an enemy to art, so it will give ARTINFO some degree of pleasure to mock his almost-too-mockable attempt at literature, but even if he o...

Last Night, on "Work of Art": From Painterbation to the Panopticon

| Posted 07.08.2010 | Arts

Every Thursday, ARTINFO reviews the carnage and glory of the previous night's episode of Bravo's art-world reality show Work of Art. (Be sure to visit...

BETWEEN A DANCE AND A SCREAM: A Q&A with Yoko Ono

| Posted 07.13.2010 | Arts

To say that Yoko Ono's Voice Piece for Soprano is the most visible artwork in MoMA's recent reinstallation of its contemporary art galleries is both u...

ANDY WARHOL: 8 Surprising Insights from "The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol"

| Posted 07.13.2010 | Arts

In a new introduction to his 1971 book The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol, author John Wilcock writes that the tantalizing title led to "in...

NEW YORK: This Week's Gallery Openings (July 14, 2010)

| Posted 07.14.2010 | Arts

ARTINFO presents a guide to the most interesting gallery openings in New York each week. Art history is having a big moment. There's a new Warhol b...

"WORK OF ART" RECAP: Jumping on the "Noumenon"

| Posted 07.14.2010 | Arts

Every Thursday, ARTINFO reviews the carnage and glory of the previous night's episode of Bravo's art-world reality show Work of Art. (Be sure to visit...

NEW YORK: This Week's Gallery Openings (July 24, 2010)

| Posted 07.21.2010 | Arts

ARTINFO presents a guide to the most interesting gallery openings in New York each week. The art world seems to recognize that it's time to get out...

Bringing It Home: A Q&A with LaToya Ruby Frazier

| Posted 07.21.2010 | Arts

In a video on display in MoMA P.S.1's "Greater New York" survey, a young woman stares directly at the camera. She is topless and breathing heavily. The subject and the maker of the video are the same, LaToya Ruby Frazier.

"WORK OF ART" RECAP: Cults and Crayola

| Posted 07.22.2010 | Arts

Every Thursday, ARTINFO reviews the carnage and glory of the previous night's episode of Bravo's art-world reality show Work of Art. (Be sure to visit...

Keeping It Real: A Q&A With Greek Collector Dimitris Daskalopoulos

| Posted 07.22.2010 | Arts

The Whitechapel Gallery is currently hosting the first chapter of "Keeping it Real," a four-part exhibition drawn from Greek art lover Dimitris Daskalopoulos's extensive collection.

Francophrenia: A Digest of New York's Epic James Franco Profile

| Posted 07.27.2010 | Arts

ARTINFO decided to digest this tome of an ode on Franco. We discovered (spoiler alert!) the profile to be one of the biggest journalistic write-arounds since Gay Talese's "Frank Sinatra Has a Cold."

Five Art Films to See This Summer

| Posted 07.27.2010 | Arts

It is a time to seek out non-art entertainment, preferably of the air-conditioned variety. Like movies! Here are ARTINFO's five picks for summer art-related films.

NEW YORK: Can't-Miss Gallery Openings This Week

| Posted 07.28.2010 | Arts

ARTINFO presents a guide to the most interesting gallery openings in New York each week. Summer is in full swing, and ARTINFO is feeling a little s...

The Art and Design of Mad Men: An Appraisal

| Posted 07.28.2010 | Arts

The new episode brought an amplification of that thing at which Mad Men already excelled -- the imbuing of everything from the fashion to the architecture with a meticulous aesthetic seductiveness.

Pacific Standard Time: From a Splash Into a Tidal Wave

| Posted 07.28.2010 | Arts

New York's summer art season is filled with some serious multi-gallery exhibitions this year. Come October, however, those efforts will look rather modest in the face of Pacific Standard Time.

"WORK OF ART" RECAP: Plato, Private Sexual Acts, and Terence Koh

| Posted 07.29.2010 | Arts

This week, the judges of Bravo's Work of Art: The Next Great Artist tried to prove that opposites attract, by having the remaining members of the weary gang pair up.