This is a great day for the Internet: twitter.com/marinaschair
New York Magazine explains how people get to sit with artist Marina Abramović in her MoMA atrium work titled, “The Artist Is Present” (2010), and it makes me rather mad. I will admit that I personally have Abramović fatigue but the fact that she’s far from accessible makes me dislike a work by her that I actually once liked.
Early yesterday, New York art critic and blogger Paddy Johnson revealed via tweet that she unlocked what appears to be a secret Foursquare badge related to performance artist Marina Abramović’s solo show at the Museum of Modern Art. Now, everyone wants one. [SPOOF]
New York Magazine‘s senior art critic has started filing video reports from art events. And on Friday he posted a report from Brooklyn Museum’s “food art” gala created by “food artist” Jennifer Rubell. Her description of the event is priceless … and absurd …
The age of celebrity art has dawned and no one is a better example of that high-end marriage between the haves and the haves than pop singer Lady Gaga. It has been a long time coming for the maven of the dancefloor, whose every move feels like a tribute to 1990s club kid culture. Yet, her recent collaborations with Francesco Vezzoli and Terence Koh raises the question, does she desperately need an art teacher?