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“Creating beauty out of ruins, as Noah Purifoy did, can seem uplifting, though no amount of formal mastery could ever fully transcend the sense of violence and despair that permeated his work.”: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Blood and Refuse - Magazine - Art in America

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yesterday at 20:33. Facebook
Jason Stopa in conversation with painter Beverly Fishman on the relationship between pharmaceuticals, abstraction, and form in her work: [ Bit.ly Link ]

The Drug of Abstraction: An Interview with Beverly Fishman - Interviews - Art in America

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yesterday at 19:52. Facebook
“Accepted by many on the visual-arts scene, they were denounced by the bulk of the dance world as anti-dance or non-dance. However, since 1967, this whatever-you-want-to-call-it dance has attracted new choreographers and dancers, won greater understanding from the dance establishment, and influenced less radical choreographers.”: [ Bit.ly Link ]

From the Archives: Post-Judson dance - Magazine - Art in America

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yesterday at 18:25. Facebook
Review | Rachel Wetzler on Edi Rama at Marian Goodman Gallery: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Edi Rama - Reviews - Art in America

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yesterday at 18:01. Facebook
"The eleven works on paper in Mónica Palma’s first solo show are pared-down abstractions that reflect, almost paradoxically, the dizzying entanglements of contemporary life. Palma’s slow, repetitive process results in much-handled drawings whose cloudy monochrome fields are interspersed with sudden disruptions.":[ Bit.ly Link ]

Mónica Palma - Reviews - Art in America

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02/22/2017 at 18:53. Facebook
“Basquiat must go down in history as one of the wounded. Yet his art will stand as the testimony that declares with vengeance: we are more than our pain.” [ Bit.ly Link ]

From the Archives: Altars of Sacrifice, Re-membering Basquiat - Magazine - Art in America

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02/22/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Blood and Refuse | Edgar Arceneaux on Noah Purifoy: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Blood and Refuse - Magazine - Art in America

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02/22/2017 at 16:31. Facebook
#LastChanceLookout David Reed at Gagosian Gallery through Feb. 25: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Exhibitions - David Reed - Art in America

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02/22/2017 at 15:23. Facebook
Review | Milena Tomic on Iris Häussler at the Art Gallery of York University and Scrap Metal Gallery, Toronto: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Iris Häussler - Reviews - Art in America

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02/21/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
Beverly Fishman’s paintings challenge the seductive nature of the pharmaceutical industry as well as the purist and transcendental language of high modernism: [ Bit.ly Link ]

The Drug of Abstraction: An Interview with Beverly Fishman - Interviews - Art in America

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02/21/2017 at 17:50. Facebook
This post-Judson period, as Jowitt called it in a 1971 article, "has been one of modification, development, rejection and new explorations. And, like those people who've already booked seats for the first commercial moon voyage, now there are dance audiences ready to look at almost anything—and perhaps even see it." [ Bit.ly Link ]

From the Archives: Post-Judson dance - Magazine - Art in America

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02/21/2017 at 15:22. Facebook
Review | Julian Kreimer on Mónica Palma at Ortega y Gasset Projects: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Mónica Palma - Reviews - Art in America

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02/20/2017 at 20:10. Facebook
“Havana Case Study,” the second in an ongoing three-part investigation into US embassy architecture, foreshadowed a period of uncertainty for US relations with Cuba and with the world at large:
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Terence Gower - Reviews - Art in America

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02/20/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
"If the show was tentatively conceived for a Hillary Clinton presidency, it is by no means a feminist victory lap. Rather, it seems positioned to instigate an inquiry into the state of the victories and concessions of liberal feminism. Today, however, it reads as a warning about deadly masculinity." [ Bit.ly Link ]

Feminism, Live: Debate as Theater - News - Art in America

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02/20/2017 at 17:35. Facebook
"Clearly, the apprehension of space and time as defined in the various arts has undergone a radical change," Dore Ashton wrote in 1969, "a change that is essential to view in its pattern in order to deal well with its most recent manifestations." [ Bit.ly Link ]

From the Archive: A Planned Coincidence - Magazine - Art in America

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02/19/2017 at 18:22. Facebook
"Hollowell joins a lineage of women painters who probed the relationship between abstraction, the body, and the landscape, but, unlike her forebears, she offers a representational mode entirely forthright, frank, and unapologetic about its bodily referents." [ Bit.ly Link ]

Loie Hollowell - Reviews - Art in America

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02/19/2017 at 16:45. Facebook
In our September–October 1971 issue, Bessie-Award-winning dance critic and choreographer Deborah Jowitt describes "the new dance," a group of young dancers—including Yvonne Rainer, Merce Cunningham, Twyla Tharp, and Monk—who adopted a Minimalist aesthetic, incorporating process, natural movements, and nontraditional spaces into their performances: [ Bit.ly Link ]

From the Archives: Post-Judson dance - Magazine - Art in America

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02/18/2017 at 21:09. Facebook
What might feminism's present learn from feminism's past? Some answers may be gleaned from The Town Hall Affair, The Wooster Group's new theatrical production at the Performing Garage in New York through March 4. The one-hour show restages a raucous "dialogue on Women's Liberation" that took place on April 30, 1971, at New York's Town Hall theater: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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02/18/2017 at 19:34. Facebook
Tomorrow on the #AiAAgenda, the Park Avenue Armory hosts the symposium "Interrogations of Form: Culture in a Changing America." Conversations and artistic interventions will take place in the Armory's historic period rooms. Participants include Ta-Nehisi Coates, Tania Bruguera, and Jason Moran: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Conversation Series : Program & Events : Park Avenue Armory

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02/17/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
“I’ve realized I’m a doer, a person who does, does, does. But now I’m trying to learn how to be, be, be. So I often just sit there and listen, kind of like a dog.”: [ Bit.ly Link ]

In the Studio: Meredith Monk - Magazine - Art in America

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