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Faythe Levine, from the series "Time Outside of Time," 2010–ongoing. Photograph, 22 x16 inches.

News post – Talkback from NYC art fairs, Vox hosts Riot Grrrl exhibit, Bodega re-opens, opportunities and more!

News via Arch Enemy Arts - We could try to capture in words what the atmosphere of this week has been like for artists presenting/having their life forces drained at city fairs, but this photo, from Arch Enemy Arts, is a fait accompli. “Repost. Very late last night. Hanging our show at Fountain NYC. @noahgalleryml caught me praying for coffee.” We’re taking in the feedback on this year’s Whitney Biennial with a necessary amount of side-eye. It’s great! It’s boring! It’s great in places and boring in others! Earth-shattering. Anthony Elms’ curated floor, though, has been a magnet for people ... More » »

From David Lynch's "Naming" exhibition. Photo courtesy of Kayne Griffin Corcoran.

News post – Taxidermists duke it out, onward Reading Viaduct, Peter Rose in Brooklyn, hiatus for Pile of Bricks, opportunities and more!

News   If you not only love the taxidermic arts but want to hear stories behind some taxidermists’ macabre masterpieces, join the Philadelphia Alt Taxidermy group tonight for a competition like no other. Judged by Beth Beverly, Adam Wallacavage, and Autumn Keitponglert, and with collective thirsts slaked by complimentary cocktails from Hendrick’s Gin, competitors are bringing their most treasured and unusual pieces of taxidermy (created or collected), and presenting in front of a live audience (that means you). Doogie Horner is the emcee for the evening, and expect live entertainment as participants narrate their most colorful stories attached to each piece. ... More » »

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News post – Remembering Lebbeus Woods, Elms curating at Whitney 2014, Jesse Greenberg in BK, opportunities and more!

News Epochal architect Lebbeus Woods died on Tuesday, October 30 at age 72. He showed at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery in 1999; we’ll remember his fantastic, eye-opening experimental work, much of which only exists on paper, and his staunch opposition to celebrity architects. This year’s Whitney Biennial, which raised eyebrows for its hodgepodge nature, is continuing in the untraditional vein begun by Elisabeth Sussman and Jay Sanders. For the 2014 Biennial, they’re going with three curators and three showcases, all of which are to be the province of non-New York curators. Among them is Philadelphia ICA associate curator Anthony Elms. Can’t wait to ... More » »

Ungovernables

News – OLIN to redesign Met Museum’s plaza, Print Center grant, and more!

News artblog news This week artblog visited The Ungovernables, the second triennial of emerging artists organized by the New Museum in New York. You can see some images from the show here and stay-tuned for the upcoming review. It’s back to NYC on the 27th for the press opening of the Whitney Biennial. And we just learned that artblog was featured on Generocity.org’s list of Philly Non-Profit blogs. The site dedicated to helping non-profits likes what we’re doing here at artblog and we’re glad! In the Media The local voice of young Philly culture, Cred Magazine, organized through the Village of Arts and Humanities, has ... More » »