• Long March

      Thursday, 31 January 2008 11:28

      Lu Jie: The Long March is a difficult thing. One problem is my lack of sufficient theoretical and curatorial preparation. A bigger problem is that envisioning and planning are nothing more than envisioning and planning. Later, when we hit the road, it was "the road that led us along", Note 1 and the whole feel […]

    • NY ARTS Beijing

      Thursday, 31 January 2008 11:24

      Check out Our Beijing Featured Artists: http://www.nyartsbeijing.cn Artist Li Yongfei:  "When I paint I feel, that this experience has come to me before, but from where, I do not know," Li Yongfei says of his intuitive approach to painting.  It may be de ja vous that Li Yongfei feels, but what is transmitted through his […]

    • Grace Rim’s Top Ten artists from Art Basel, Miami 2007

      Thursday, 13 December 2007 13:57

      Grace Rim’s Top Ten artists from Art Basel, Miami Beach  2007: – Mounir Fatmi – A. Balasubramaiam – Miguel Angel Rios – Richard Artschwager – Damian Ortega – Liza Lou – Andrea Gursky – Marcel Dzama – Nam June Paik- still wonderful – Dzine

    • Palm Trees and Rollerblades: Wrap-Up

      Wednesday, 12 December 2007 13:36

      I came to Miami for the art fairs, but I stayed for the circus. If you’ve ever been to the circus you know that the best part is never the main attraction. What you remember a year it’s done is the thrilling smell of animal feces and exploding gunpowder. You remember that it’s about eating […]

    • Overheard in Miami

      Wednesday, 12 December 2007 13:03

      “How much longer do I have to pretend to be interested in this?” —15 year old at Art Positions “If you come to Miami to buy art, you’d think you’d get a call girl, and not a Collins Avenue lady of the night.’” —Artist “Have you been to the bathroom at the Deuce? It’s the […]

    • Palm Trees and Rollerblades Day Four

      Wednesday, 12 December 2007 12:24

      As the week wears on and the sand starts to fuse with my brain all the art here starts to look the same. This five day long party seems to hit it’s apex around day three, so by the fourth day there are collectors passed out on lawn chairs at NADA, and the gallerists look […]

    • Palm Trees and Rollerblades Day Three

      Tuesday, 11 December 2007 17:50

      Overheard in Miami “If you get bored, just look up.” –Artist referring to the ceiling at the Miami convention center The hierarchy of the Miami art fairs is basically that of a medieval city. The hotel fairs (Aqua, Flow, Bridge) are the masses of plague-riddled serfs creeping around the city walls, gazing up at royalty. […]

    • Diary of Miami Day Two

      Saturday, 8 December 2007 11:55

      I went to Pulse yesterday. The amount of art at these fairs is astounding. You could see a thousand pieces in a day, and probably only remember the bad stuff. It is an exciting, yet slightly vertigo inducing, way to look at art. I’m still on the look out for a painting of William Shatner. […]

    • Diary of Miami Day One

      Friday, 7 December 2007 12:32

      Yesterday I tumbled violently off a cliff in Bushwick and landed face first in a pile of purple jellyfish—that is to say I’ve arrived in South Beach, Miami. The art fairs I’m here to cover are lined up down Collins Ave, South Beach’s main drag. The strip is comprised of luxury hotels, done up in […]

    • Palm Trees and Rollerblades: A Diary of the Miami Art Fairs

      Wednesday, 5 December 2007 18:02

      Every vocation, corporate franchise, sexual perversion or cultural obsession has its own annual convention. No matter what obscure hobby or freaky shit floats your boat, there is a fair, festival or convention to celebrate it. You could be a dental hygienist, C.F.O., foot fetishist or video game enthusiast. It doesn’t matter. I guarantee you that […]

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