Allan Kaprow

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Sure, here’s the update: “It’s been two weeks and there are 35 million search results for Pokémon Go on Google and 9.5 million daily active players in the United States — which means, in terms of users, the augmented reality game has already surpassed its closest competitor, Candy Crush.

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Post image for The Art of Nightlife, or Debauchery as Social Practice

“One point of art is that it’s forming something we don’t have the language for yet,” observes Jake Yuzna, Director of Public Programs at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), in discussing the FUN Conference on Nightlife as Social Practice.

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Post image for Art’s Corrosive Success: An Interview with Martha Buskirk

Following up on the essay I wrote about the ZERO1 Fellowship sponsored by Google, I wanted to speak with someone with a wider perspective on the shifts that have taken place in the past few decades in the arts, particularly shifts that relate to the interface between art and the marketplace. Martha Buskirk came to mind as an ideal interviewee.

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When New York Was Really Happening

by Ellen Pearlman on February 14, 2012

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Pace Gallery has mounted a world class mini-museum show on the art of the Happening using its vast holdings as well as supplemental gleanings loaned from the Whitney, MOMA and Getty museums.

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