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Pentagram Ecology: Frieze Art Fair, 2013

by Luke Turner on May 16, 2013
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Editor’s note: Contributor Luke Turner tells us about the Frieze art fair through the eyes of an art worker and writer. Here’s Turner’s list of five things he found memorable, as they relate to the ecology of last weekend’s island fair. A sample:

“Large crane flies inhabited the tent and selected lightly colored monochrome canvases and blank walls as preferred resting environments. The crane flies seemed to avoid artworks with mirrored, acrylic, or polished surfaces…”

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Frigging Freezing Art Events for the Frigging Freezing Art Fags

by Whitney Kimball on January 28, 2013
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This week, Bushwick screens video, DIS Magazine holds a stock photo shoot, and seminal people discuss seminal art. Here’s what’s happening on Saturday:

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