TAG ARCHIVES: "Art"

ARTIST KEVIN BERLIN’S “UNCENSORED” SHOCKS AT ART BASEL MIAMI

After four days of hardcore partying with Kimye and Diddy at Miami Art Basel 2013, Dirty remembers the reason why this international fair actually started in the first place: to showcase... [read more]

THE QUEENS MUSEUM STATE OF THE ART REINVENTION

The Queens Museum has officially opened its doors after a much anticipated renovation. Led by Grimshaw Architects, the $68 million transformation took more than seven years to complete.... [read more]

PIETER HUGO DISPELS THE MYTH OF THE TRAVELING BANK ROBBERS

Pieter Hugo, one of South Africa’s most renown photographers has made a career of capturing the disenfranchised people of the continent. His most talked about series “The Hyena... [read more]

THERE’S STILL TIME TO CATCH THE WHITNEY’S ROBERT INDIANA RETROSPECTIVE

“Robert Indiana: Beyond LOVE,” a new exhibition currently at the Whitney Museum, explores the career of an instrumental figure in the Pop Art movement. A self proclaimed... [read more]

PERFORMA 13 TAKES OVER NEW YORK CITY

  Already underway, Performa 13 makes its biennial appearance, casting an unprecedented celebration of performance art throughout New York City until November 24th. Over one hundred... [read more]

MOCA PRESENTS BOB MIZER AND TOM OF FINLAND EXHIBITION

  Bob Mizer Physique Pictorial Volume 16 Number 4, February 1968.Publication.Printed with permission of Bob Mizer Foundation, Inc .   The Museum of Contemporary Art of Los... [read more]

OLAFUR ELIASSON’S WEATHER PROJECT

In the new publication, ‘Olafur Eliasson’ in the Modern Artists book series, Marcella Beccaria examines how in 2003, the  Weather Project redefined the social function of the... [read more]

BLURRING THE LINES: THE DUTCH GOVERNMENT’S ARTISTIC CENSORSHIP

  Censorship reaches new artistic heights as the Dutch government blurs the lines on Google Earth. Use Google Maps to search specific areas in the Netherlands and you will find many... [read more]

EXTRAORDINARY OFFICE SPACES

Tired of working in a cramped cubicle with no windows in sight and blinded by atrociously fluorescent lighting? Well, sit back and prepare yourself for some of the most innovative and... [read more]

YOUTUBE DEEMS 84-MINUTE ‘FIRST KISS’ INAPPROPRIATE, THEN TAKES IT BACK.

It seems that the argument over censorship is once again, in full swing. Artist, Idan Bitton could not have predicted that a video of two men engaging in an extended kiss would garner a... [read more]
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