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The gallery sold a salt water puddle this week. Not the exact puddle in the gallery however. The buyer must supply his own salt water.

I call this post, For Redcaimen
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Shitty exhibition is shitty.

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Hanksy:

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Do you guys know of any websites where I can watch Video Art online?
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ubuweb has everything

http://www.ubuweb.com/
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Mono-ha

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So there is a 340-ton rock moving across LA at 5 MPH:

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/lacma-rock/

It's actually kind of awesome. Has anyone seen it yet?
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So there is a 340-ton rock moving across LA at 5 MPH:
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/lacma-rock/
It's actually kind of awesome. Has anyone seen it yet?

several friends have gone to see it. it's pulling in tonight. i'm not a big fan of the artist.
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How often do artists try to install artworks on the LA freeways to make a really tired point even more tired?
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These "artists" are geniuses.


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Jerry McMillan
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Haim Steinbach
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Jeff Koons
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These "artists" are geniuses.

Is your avatar a goth comic book Rorschach?
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My family dabbles in sculptures made from 100% salvaged and recycled items.

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For your attention ('specially yours Stephen):

http://www.gerhardrichterpainting.com/
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One of the world’s greatest living painters, the German artist Gerhard Richter has spent over half a century experimenting with a tremendous range of techniques and ideas, addressing historical crises and mass media representation alongside explorations of chance procedures. Infamously media-shy, he agreed to appear on camera for the first time in 15 years for a 2007 short by filmmaker Corinna Belz called Gerhard Richter’s Window.

Her follow-up, Gerhard Richter Painting, is exactly that: a thrilling document of Richter’s creative process, juxtaposed with intimate conversations (with his critics, his collaborators, and his American gallerist Marian Goodman) and rare archive material. From our fly-on-the-wall perspective, we watch the 79-year-old create a series of large-scale abstract canvasses, using fat brushes and a massive squeegee to apply (and then scrape off) layer after layer of brightly colored paint.
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