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20150616143130-hassan_hajjaj_karima_a_day_in_the_life_of_a_henna_girl Can Critical Moving Images Exist in the Art Fair Model? In Conversation with Maxa Zoller   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Julieta Aranda, Katie Armstrong, Will Benedict, Hassan Hajjaj, Kimsooja, Oliver Laric, Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz, Karolin Meunier, Takashi Murakami, Laure Provost, Michael Snow, Mounira Al Solh, David Leonard TV, Agnès Varda, Kan Xuan at Art Basel June 18th - June 21st
Posted 6/16/15

Basel, June 2015: Maxa Zoller is the new curator of this year’s Film Sector at Art Basel. Leading up to her film programme this week, Olga Stefan spoke with the Cairo-based curator and lecturer about the blurred lines between film and video art and their implications on modes of viewing; how film can be commodified; political films and their impact at art fairs; and the spaces of free expression in Cairo. Olga Stefan: Could you describe for us what this all-encompassing category of "... [more]

20100917075235-buddha Versailles gone Neo Pop   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Takashi Murakami at Chateau de Versailles September 14th, 2010 - December 12th, 2010
Posted 9/21/10

FROM SEPTEMBER 14 - DECEMBER 12, 2010, TAKASHI MURAKAMI WILL BE ON VIEW IN THE GRANS APARTEMENTS AND GALERIE DES GLACES AT THE CHATEAU DE VERSAILLES. “For a Japanese like me, the Château de Versailles is one of the greatest symbols of Western history. It is the emblem of an ambition for elegance, sophistication and art that most of us can only dream of. Of course, we are aware that the spark that set fire to the powder of the Revolution came directly from the centre of the buil... [more]

Anderson Scandalous! Subversive! Transgressive!   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Marina Abramovic, Jose Alvarez, Susan Anderson, L.C. Armstrong, Lisa Anne Auerbach, Andy Avini, Natalia Benedetti, Lynda Benglis, Louise Bourgeois, Isaac Brest, Nancy Brooks, Brody Carolyn Carr, Michael Combs, Will Cotton, Heather Cox, Martin Creed, E.V. Day, Peter Dayton, Stephen Dean, Yandin DeFay, Wim Delvoye, Jonny Detiger, Michele Oka Doner, Louise Erhard, Phillip Estlund, Margaret Evangeline, Alesha Fiandaca, Arlene Florence, Dana Funaro, Doyle Hancock, David Haxton, Mary Heilmann, Lee Hovnanian, Airan Kang, Marina Karella, Deborah Kass, Richard Klein, Kinke Kooi, Lee Krasner, Jason Kraus, Sang Kyoon, Rachel Lachowicz, Cary Leibowitz, Zane Lewis, Tim Liddy, Dylan Lynch, Burton Machen, Helen Marden, Will Ryman Martin, Paul McCarthy, John McCracken, Patrick McMullan, Jason Middlebrook, Christopher Milne, Marilyn Minter, Maynard Monrow, Takashi Murakami, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe Nelson, Ruby Neri, Saar Noh, Jen O'Malley, Vincent Olinet, Camilo Ontiveros, William Pagano, Kembra Pfahler, Jack Pierson, Randy Polumbo, Nir Hod Rachel, Pipilotti Rist, Kathy Rudin, David Schafer, Frank Selby, Bruce Sherman, Hunt Slonem, Spinski Steven & William George Stoll, Kirsten Stoltmann, Hallonquist Trenton, Juan Usle, John Sonsini Victor, Bob Wade, Debora Warner, John Waters, Rob Wynne, Liu Ye at Gavlak February 13th, 2010 - April 4th, 2010
Posted 3/11/10

        Of course nobody’s shocked anymore. Well…maybe a few of the oldest of Old Guard Palm Beachers. Worth Avenue, their Via Condotti-like turf has suffered some bone-chilling temperatures recently, and then there are those stock market reversals. If that’s not shock enough, along comes the Gavlak Gallery to heat things all the way up to sizzling with Think Pink, a new show curated by formidable New York collector, curator and art-party hostess, Beth Rudin DeWoody. Sarah Gavlak, a Style Sectio... [more]

Murakami1 Murakami in Moderation   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Takashi Murakami at Blum & Poe May 3rd, 2008 - June 14th, 2008
Posted 6/1/08

Takashi Murakami's tasteful new exhibition makes a persuasive argument for the importance of the gallery space. Murakami's retrospective at The Geffen Contemporary last winter-the same show is now on display at the Brooklyn Museum-was a sea of sex complexes, porno, bathroom humor, smiley faces and commercial glamour. The scale of the museum space made the retrospective's exorbitance seem decadent rather than alluring and the Geffen's galleries felt like a cul-de-sac of undirected audacity. But Da... [more]

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