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  • 10 years ago | Art

    Rejection is hard to take, but artists are used to it — dealers, after all, toss aside their slides as if they were swatting flies. But recently, with the immense popularity of art fairs, the tables have turned for many dealers, who get spur...

  • 10 years ago | Longform

    Photos by Kevin ScanlonSitting on John Baldessari’s porch on a brilliant, sunny morning talking about art seemed as close to an artist’s wet dream as one could get — at least this artist’s wet dream. The ubiquitous conceptual-a...

  • 11 years ago | Art

    Photo by Anne Fishbein So what exactly do art dealers do, anyway? Work weekends, for one thing. Tim Blum and Jeff Poe were already into the daily business of running the Blum & Poe gallery on a recent Saturday morning. As an assistant busily sawed...

  • 11 years ago | Film and TV

    Photos (top, center) courtesy Magnolia Pictures To pay tribute to a man is to make him less dangerous. —Charles Bukowski Midway through Bukowski: Born Into This, the new documentary about L.A.’s lush laureate, there’s a short passag...

  • 12 years ago | Lists

    Bill Viola at the Getty. High-tech emotion doesn’t really work. Video screen after video screen of crying, screaming, laughing, gesticulating, highly emotional people in ridiculously slow motion (like the blinking of an eye may take 10 minute...

  • 12 years ago | Books

    It’s been over 10 years since Larry Clark’s last photography book, 1992, the fallow period obviously owing to his controversial movie making. Still, after I purchased his new Punk Picasso from the Stephen Cohen Gallery (you won’t fi...

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