Dana Sherwood and dOGUMENTA in The New York Times

Dana Sherwood and dOGUMENTA in The New York Times

Treats, Jewelry and AstroTurf: Scenes From an Art Show for Dogs

By JOSHUA BARONE   Photographs by KRISTA SCHLUETER   Produced by LAURA O’NEILL

AUGUST 11, 2017

Read in The New York Times.

Could a pioneering art show for dogs — supposedly organized by a dog — be called anything other than Dogumenta?

The idea came from the art critic Jessica Dawson, whose rescue dog, Rocky, often accompanies
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Michael Mandiberg discusses “Workflow” at LACMA

Michael Mandiberg discusses “Workflow” at LACMA

Art + Technology Lab grant recipient Michael Mandiberg discusses his project “Workflow” currently installed in various locations at LACMA.

Posted: February 15, 2017.

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Michael Mandiberg’s solo exhibition Workflow is on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in Los Angeles, CA from January 1, 2017 to January 1, 2018. For more details please visit LACMA’s website.

Part of Workflow:
Quantified Self
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John Dante Bianchi interviewed by Teeth Magazine

John Dante Bianchi interviewed by Teeth Magazine

Unavoidable Encounters: An Interview with Sculpturist John Dante Bianchi

Art — 13.02.17

Words by Kathleen Hefty

Read on Teeth.

Despite the resolved surfaces and forms that distinguish much of John Dante Bianchi‘s work, his cavernous studio reveals an unexpected collection of detritus and treasures: pitched electronics accumulated over years of walking down his Brooklyn street, ghostly screen-printed photographs of hippies, a sculpture of a narwhal, and guitar pedals cast into assemblages
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Jordan Tate’s Book Release

Jordan Tate’s Book Release

Prefaces and Appendices, constitute a two volume artist’s book by Jordan Tate, published by Lodret Vandret that will launch at OffPrint Paris on November 10th.

In addition there will be a launch party / studio open doors at Atelier Boba on Friday, November 11th from 6-10pm.

Click here for the Facebook invite.

Prefaces is driven by the potential of the unrealised. At first glance, Tate appears to have one of the strongest exhibition histories of
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