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Once Again NADA Opens to Strong Sales

by Paddy Johnson on December 7, 2012
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I keep hearing that dealers don’t ever tell press the truth about sales, but when absolutely everyone in a 50-foot radius has the same story, I think we can draw some basic conclusions. By almost all accounts, NADA did fabulously yesterday. “This morning it was like a feeding frenzy,” Invisible Exports dealer Benjamin Tischer told a group of friends as his partner Risa Needleman huddled in a corner of her booth nibbling on something greasy from a paper bag. “Have you eaten today?” I asked her, though the answer was clear. “No!” Needleman chirped resolutely.

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The Art Market Bubble? Not in the Lower East Side

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on September 14, 2012
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If there’s an art market bubble, shouldn’t all galleries be experiencing it? If the flurry of press releases announcing gallery upgrades is any indication, the Lower East Side is experiencing yet another bout of growing pains. Lisa Cooley, Thierry Goldberg and CANADA have all moved to larger locations and smaller galleries such as Bushwick’s formerly defunct Pocket Utopia have reopened in the neighborhood.

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Gerald Ferguson’s Blue Collar Conceptualism: An Interview with Luke Murphy and Phil Grauer

by Paddy Johnson on February 9, 2012
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Paddy Johnson talks to Phil Grauer and Luke Murphy about Garry Kennedy, Gerald Ferguson, and the importance of NSCAD to the rise of American Conceptualism.

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