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Shepard Fairey: Idiot or Art World Bad Boy?

So I woke up this morning thinking about this venue of artblogging, and I came upon the article in the NY Times about Shepard Fairey confessing to a copyright violation for using an AP image in his famous “Obama Hope” poster. Of course I, like everyone else in America is familiar with the poster and […]

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Review of the NY Art Book Fair 2009

On my rounds a few weeks back of the galleries, I stopped into Printed Matter to check out if there was anything titillating for me to browse through. One of my favorite things to do, especially when I was a student, is to spend hours thumbing through books at the bookstore. I haven’t been doing […]

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Yuk! Basil Wolverton Goes Blue Chip

Basil Wolverton at Gladstone Gallery (June 20 – August 14, 2009) is definitely a show worth seeing, for those of us who don’t have time to try and figure out the point of it all.  It’s also a reflection of how almost anything these days can be considered high-end art. People will recognize his style, […]

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A Vista Every 100 Feet: The High Line

The much awaited High Line park in New York’s Meat Packing District and Chelsea turns out to be worth the wait.  It is not completed yet, but has all the necessary features to be considered a success.  But the question is, was the design such a success? The question is couldn’t any landscape designer made […]

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