This week: Hyperallergic founderÂ Hrag Vartanian live from NADA.
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Kilian Rüthemann & Niklaus Wenger
On this week’s roundup I looked at some work by Kilian Rüthemann & Niklaus Wenger, watched a fist fight between two women on a bus, and read about Ken Isaacs’ Knowledge Box on the Wall Street Journal. I am finishing up a long day at work and getting ready for openings in the west loop. Hope to see you there.
I couldn’t agree more. @TylerGreenDC on the hetero-normalizing of David Hockney.
The WSJ on Ken Isaacs’ Knowledge Box at Sullivan Galleries.
For all of you history nerds.
Uhh…this makes me feel uncomfortable in a way I can not describe.
That’s a mouthful | Public Water Purification Island via @pruned
There is nothing I love more than a fist fight on a bus. (via @TWBE)
http://twitpic.com/li0qe – @artfagcity The only thing that could compliment “God Bless America”, Victoria secret runway wings.
I am sort of into this installation from Kilian RÃ¼themann & Niklaus Wenger.
Christopher Knight discusses right wing attacks on the Obama’s new painting by Alma Thomas.
RT @cmonstah A new arts website http://hyperallergic.com/ by @hragv debuted this mornin’…
Just what the we need, another art school movie.
Best start to a Hirst review ever. “These paintings are dreadful.” I couldn’t agree more.
Ian Baldwin on London’s recent updating to the tube map.
@artfagcity has an interview with Frieze Executive Director Amanda Sharp. Check out that hideous font. (photo was changed after this tweet)