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(All photos by Paul D'Agostino.) As many other recent year-end roundups of all sorts have similarly stated, the year 2016 will be recollected for quite some time for a great many reasons, and perhaps primarily thanks to its all-too-well-played role as temporal host to so many things that profoundly sucked. A number of beloved celebrities passed away well before what would've seemed 'their time,' which made many people sad, because for some reason so many of...
A weekly compendium of mostly Brooklyn-based, always edifying art events.  99¢ PLUS GALLERY: TELEVISION A big 22-person show, curators Sarah Largess and B. Thom Stevenson bring together a bunch of works in greyscale—creating the feeling of being in the fuzz—to talk about viewing, being viewed, tuning in, and dropping out. This show also marks the announcement that 99¢ Plus Gallery will close on December 18, with this show: save the date for an "epic goodbye party" on January 20, 2017, and...
A couple weeks ago I attended a talk at the New York Studio School. Titled “A Quiet Ask” (pictured below), it was an exchange between Brooklyn painter Glenn Goldberg and Elena Sisto, his longtime friend and a fellow artist. It was a discussion of Glenn’s work. It was a discussion of Glenn’s life. It was a discussion of how the latter informs the former, and the former the latter. And so it was that a very...
I've no solid empirical evidence at all to substantiate a claim with which I'd like to open this sequence of images of, and a bit of commentary on, last week's art fairs. While it did occur to me that prefacing a piece with an unsubstantiated observation—and perhaps a relatively useless one at that—could be slightly problematic, it also occurred to me that since it is unsubstantiated yet in favor of something non-negative, then maybe...

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