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Occupy a seat for a night of short works
Animal NY The High Line has a new art installation in the form of a literal "bill board" by California artist John Baldessari. Fun fact: That is an actual replica of a real type of bill that existed during the Depression. Woodrow Wilson can be seen on the front of the bill.
Andy Kaufman in the gallery
Catch John Baldessari's retrospective Pure Beauty
Quotes and smokes—Pictures artists get a show
This week Bones, intrepid art-world raconteur, spends some time out in the cold with Christian Jankowski's Living Sculptures. Call it art vs. the Apple Store... Faced with the invitation to participate in the 1999 Venice Biennale, the then-31-year-old German artist Christian Jankowski relocated, ... More >>
Low stakes and open rules dominate
MOMA does its reputationand utopian wealth of materiala grave disservice. Again.
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