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It was a snowy week in Brooklyn, so some of us decided to gather in the podcast studio to talk about the world of art, giving you a small window into the conversations that happen in our office every day.

Hyperallergic editor and critic Seph Rodney and news editor Jasmine Weber join me to talk about what they’re excited about right now, Burger King’s Warhol commercial for the Superbowl, Venice’s new tourism tax, the new Museum of Modern Art expansion, the Museum of the Bible CEO’s ridiculous remarks about the rock that killed Goliath, and more.

The music featured on this episode is by Mark Pritchard, who is represented by Warp Records. You can hear more from his latest release “Under the Sun” at markprtchrd.com and find more great music from Warp Records at warp.net.

This and more in the current episode of our weekly Art Movements podcast.

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Hrag Vartanian

Hrag Vartanian is editor-in-chief and co-founder of Hyperallergic. You can follow him at @hragv.

2 replies on “Hyperallergic Editors Reflect on Warhol’s Superbowl Commercial, MoMA Expansion, and More”

  1. This was a pretty fun podcast, but Hrag, I’ve been following your tweets and I’m dying to hear all your thoughts on Mary Boone’s sentencing!! Is her abuse of artists, collectors, staff, etc. the best kept secret of the art world? Can someone finally elaborate on these abuses now that we all know she is going to jail (and the victims will be somewhat safe from her)?

  2. Nice podcast. I agree about Andy Warhol. He doesn’t move me as an artist. I think part of his art was his persona not just his art on paper.

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