Morning Dose of Listen and Learn

You gotta spend some time over at Jeremy Fish‘s show at Joshua Liner Gallery.


Want to know what it’s like to have sex with an artist? Read this article. Want to know what it’s like to be married to one? Read this book.



Art in NY Tonight

Too many good shows to pick from. Choose well.

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“please understand”

Ai Weiwei released on bail by Chinese police


Lorenzo Fonda’s video documentary about Italian street artist Blu’s travels through South America.

More info on the documentary at Wired.IT and peep the dated website here

hat tip: @nuart11

Glenn O’Brien’s The Art of Wit Exhibition

Paddle8’s first official exhibition opened its internet doors today. Works selected by Glenn O’Brien include Richard Prince’s Untitled (Van Door 3), 2007 above, as well as a Marylin Minter portrait of Tom Ford.

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CANTWO – Icons

These wood cutouts of key graffiti figures by CANTWO are currently on view at Kunsthalle Heidelberg.

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Brooklyn Museum Goes Soft, Cancels Upcoming Art In The Streets

Which is totally random considering they had a Graffiti exhibit there in 2006. Stop Being Prude… Maybe the Bronx Museum, PS 1, or El Museo del Barrio will pick up the slack and show some balls.

More at the LA Weekly

Kalup Linzy in the Boom Boom Room

Until last night at the debut of the 2011 StandART video series at the Top of the Standard, I had never seen a man barefoot, donning a wig and tiny, terrycloth bathrobe singing beautiful, entertaining songs that many floors up in a building. Kalup Linzy reminds me of a cross between Cody Chestnutt and Wesley Willis. In regards to the new videos curated by Creative Time for The Standard Hotel chain, Terence Koh’s “Rabbit Holy Days” which was filmed onsite on the eighteenth floor was the standout amongst peers.

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Homer Simpson Blotter Art

Into this work by Randal Roberts.

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Geo-Pedal Power

Cool, moving work from Jay Nelson.

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I Was Just Leaving: The Art of Richard Colman

Published back in 2007, I Was Just Leaving showcases the artwork of TWBE fave Richard Colman. The book above is the limited edition dirty version, which I have no clue where you can purchase now. You can however buy the tame(r) version of the book here.

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