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richard serra

Looking Back at Dream Exhibitions Version 1.0

by Corinna Kirsch on March 18, 2014
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Looking back at the first edition of Dream Exhibitions, several trends ended up popping up like persistent gophers.

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Secrets of the Whitney Biennial: 1979

by Corinna Kirsch on February 28, 2014
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First bit of trivia: Art was for sale at the 1979 Whitney Biennial.

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Who Won the Art F City Roast Awards in GIFs

by The AFC Staff on February 21, 2014
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With GIFs from Arjun Srivatsa.

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Almost Human: Richard Serra

by Paddy Johnson on January 29, 2014
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I search for a scrap of humanity in Richard Serra’s steel, which has been crane-lifted into the Gagosian empire

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Week Twelve: Public Art for Athletes

by Corinna Kirsch on January 29, 2014
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This week’s dream exhibitions brought to you by Lauren van Haaften-Schick, Jimmy McBride, and Jesse Darling.

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Richard Serra’s “Shift” Found to Lack Cultural Heritage Value

by Corinna Kirsch on November 28, 2012
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Like a rhino grazing in the bushy savanna, Richard Serra’s concrete sculpture “Shift” snakes through the grassy fields of Southern Ontario without much in the way of human attention. Now, any opportunity for viewing this piece in its undisturbed habitat could become a dream: the Ontario Conservation Review Board has refused to protect Serra’s work under the Ontario Heritage Act.

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Bill Bollinger’s Wimpy Minimalism at the SculptureCenter

by Corinna Kirsch on June 12, 2012
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Bill Bollinger disappeared from the art scene in the mid-1970s and passed away in relative obscurity a decade later. A career retrospective at the Sculpture Center, up through the end of the summer, makes a convincing case for his reappraisal.

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The Show That Has Everything: The Language of Less at the Chicago MCA

by Reid Singer on January 16, 2012
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At The Language of Less (Then and Now), visitors get a well-balanced primer on Minimalism and Post-Minimalism with no glaring omissions or gaps. Like any greatest hits album, it aims to please, and it usually does. But it will never succeed in satisfying a true fan.

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