Posted by the editors on Monday, 19 September 2011
Carsten Höller’s “Mirror Carousel”
The wonderful art critic Roberta Smith has written a helpful, informative and interesting article entitled “For Spectacle’s Sake, Museums Get Specific” in the Art & Design section of The New York Times in which she offers up her anticipated museum and gallery show Top Picks for the Autumn/Winter 2011 season in New York. A wonderful list it is, as well, including, of course, de Kooning at MoMA, but also Maurizio Cattalan at the Guggenheim, Carsten Höller at the New Museum, Sherrie Levine at the Whitney, Diego Rivera at MoMA and, among others, at the Studio Museum in Harlem, “The Bearden Project”, celebrating the centennial of the birth of the great American Cubo-collagist Romare Bearden. Check the dates and get your calendars in order, there’s some wonderful and inspiring art to see.
See our previous posts on de Kooning at MoMA, here and here, and our previous post on Romare Bearden, here.
image: Attilio Maranzano / The New York Times
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Posted by the editors on Monday, 19 April 2010
Michael Nagle for The New York Times
David Karp, left, and Ryan Trecartin discuss their project at the Seven on Seven presentation at the New Museum on Saturday.
Randy Kennedy has written an article entitled “Art Made at the Speed of the Internet: Don’t Say ‘Geek’; Say ‘Collaborator’” for the Art & Design section of The New York Times (online) looking at the New Museum program fostering collaborations between and artists and, well, tech wizzes, such as WordPress’s own Matt Mullenweg (not a pseudonym, by the way). The results are diverse, but always interesting.
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