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07/11/2013
Summer Reading a group exhibition opens at Tracy Williams

Summer Reading a group exhibition opens at Tracy Williams

Tracy Williams, Ltd.presents Chick Lit: Revised Summer Reading, a group exhibition organized by Molly Rand and Pilar Vahey. Featuring work by twenty-six female artists, this exhibition considers the interplay of the literal and the psychological. Each artist explores how literature has influenced th

National Tennis Centre / Jackson Architecture
07/03/2013
National Tennis Centre / Jackson Architecture

National Tennis Centre / Jackson Architecture

Arch Daily: The National Tennis Centre at Melbourne Park comprises of a High Performance Tennis Centre consisting of 21 indoor & outdoor tennis courts, a public plaza, 1000 space public bus & carpark, alterations to the existing Hisense Arena and a series of new pedestrian links, including walkways,

New Work by Chloe Sells
06/25/2013
New Work by Chloe Sells

New Work by Chloe Sells

Art Daily: Informed by extensive travel, residence and immersion in countries foreign to her, Sells explores the question of how places are defined, while speculating on the consequences of human experience of place.
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A Crash Course on the Brooklyn Art Scene
06/25/2013
A Crash Course on the Brooklyn Art Scene

A Crash Course on the Brooklyn Art Scene

L Magazine: So you’re a recent MFA grad from Yale, RISD, VCU, SCAD, or another highly regarded (and high-priced) studio art program, and you’ve arrived in Brooklyn to recoup your investment and conquer the art world? The good news is that whatever your plan lacks in originality (and you want to be a

Leandro Erlich offers ‘crazy perspective’
06/25/2013
Leandro Erlich offers ‘crazy perspective’

Leandro Erlich offers ‘crazy perspective’

The Telegraph: At first glance it looks like the people hanging out of windows and clambering up the façade of this Victorian terrace house have developed superpowers, but all is not as it seems.

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Going Up the Country
06/25/2013
Going Up the Country

Going Up the Country

“At Bard,” Tom Eccles announced to his dinner guests on Friday night, “you can think.” The executive director of the college’s Center for Curatorial Studies had preceded this by referring to the college’s Annandale-on-Hudson campus being far–around two hours by car—from the “hothouse” of New York, b

Sprint shareholders approve SoftBank takeover
06/25/2013
Sprint shareholders approve SoftBank takeover

Sprint shareholders approve SoftBank takeover


SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son and Sprint CEO Dan Hesse

SoftBank's efforts to purchase Sprint got one step closer to completion on Tuesday, as Sprint's shareholders overwhelmingly approved the proposed purchase. Sprint says that about 98 percent of the votes cast at a special shareholders meeting were

A floating pool has inspired the world. But will it sink before you can swim?
06/25/2013
A floating pool has inspired the world. But will it sink before you can swim?

A floating pool has inspired the world. But will it sink before you can swim?



In the summer of 2010, prominent designers, architects, and environmentalists around New York City received a small paper booklet in the mail filled with realistic renderings of a cross-shaped swimming pool floating between Brooklyn and Manhattan, filtering the polluted water of the East River thr

What are artists really worth?
06/24/2013
What are artists really worth?

What are artists really worth?

The Guardian: The so-called golden age of arts funding has given way to debilitating austerity, particularly for artists who find themselves at the end of a long food chain, divorced from arts funding and policy decision making. But when did these divisions start and how can artists use activism to

The Facelessness of Tomorrow Begins Today
06/24/2013
The Facelessness of Tomorrow Begins Today

The Facelessness of Tomorrow Begins Today

Hyperallergic: It is impossible to go back to a world without biometrics and facial recognition tools, but it is not too late for a political act against the idea of allowing our faces to be scanned for the purpose of surveillance or informatic capture.

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enduring fascination with realism
06/24/2013
enduring fascination with realism

enduring fascination with realism

Art Daily: The exhibition Lifelike, on view at the Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin June 23 to September 22, 2013, invites a close examination of artworks based on commonplace objects and situations, which are startlingly realistic, but often made of unusual materials in un

David Hockney early work ‘The Diploma’ for Sale
06/24/2013
David Hockney early work ‘The Diploma’ for Sale

David Hockney early work ‘The Diploma’ for Sale

Daily Mail: The drawing features the official crest of the college at the top of the page and the word diploma written in capital letters in pencil below
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AOL Reader enters the RSS fray with a simple, fast app but few differentiating features
06/24/2013
AOL Reader enters the RSS fray with a simple, fast app but few differentiating features

AOL Reader enters the RSS fray with a simple, fast app but few differentiating features



As Google prepares for Reader's ultimate shutdown, company after company has emerged from the woodwork to offer replacements for what was once the power user's de facto news reader. AOL was one of the most obvious candidates to launch an RSS reader, and the company has obliged with AOL Reader. It'

Microsoft goes after Google with ad-free search
06/24/2013
Microsoft goes after Google with ad-free search

Microsoft goes after Google with ad-free search



Microsoft is trying to take over the classroom, and its latest effort is a customized version of Bing tailored specifically for schools. When the program rolls out later this year, school administrators will be able to enable an ad-free version of Bing with always-on SafeSearch — Microsoft's name

Google’s Street View maps the world’s tallest building, inside and out
06/24/2013
Google’s Street View maps the world’s tallest building, inside and out

Google’s Street View maps the world’s tallest building, inside and out



Google has used its customized Street View Trekker and Trolley equipment to map its first skyscraper — the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Google sent its teams up the world's tallest manmade structure to create a high-resolution 360-degree indoor and outdoor map which guides you through other record-break

Bloomberg Charity to Underwrite Mobile Guides for Museums
06/22/2013
Bloomberg Charity to Underwrite Mobile Guides for Museums

Bloomberg Charity to Underwrite Mobile Guides for Museums

The New York Times: Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s company, Bloomberg LP, has long provided financial support to museums to help underwrite audio guides.

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Art Basel: Good Ol’ Days
06/22/2013
Art Basel: Good Ol’ Days

Art Basel: Good Ol’ Days

Art Forum: If you were lucky enough to have pushed past the velvet rope at the Superkaputt/Toiletpaperparty on Friday night, the choice was yours.

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MICA MFA
06/21/2013
MICA MFA

MICA MFA

Hyperallergic: This interdisciplinary low-residency program is designed to expand understanding of contemporary art through critical studies and research-based studio practice.

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Performance–Filled Weekend!
06/21/2013
Performance–Filled Weekend!

Performance–Filled Weekend!

The New York Observer: It’s finally here: the first day of summer, the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. Highs will be in the 80s all weekend, and it will be mostly sunny. This is going to be a weekend to be outside. Happily, there are quite a few al fresco performances on offer.

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Sony SmartWatch is coming
06/21/2013
Sony SmartWatch is coming

Sony SmartWatch is coming



Sony's SmartWatch was part of a rush of smartphone-connected watches released between 2010 and 2012, as developers looked to update Dick Tracy's wristwear for a world full of Android and iOS devices. But the Kickstarter-funded Pebble swept many of them away, gaining the kind of cultural cachet tha

New Light Fixture for a Famous Rotunda
06/21/2013
New Light Fixture for a Famous Rotunda

New Light Fixture for a Famous Rotunda

The New York Times: James Turrell’s exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum will probably be the bliss-out environmental art hit of the summer. This is primarily because of the ravishing “Aten Reign,” an immense, elliptical, nearly hallucinatory play of light and color that makes brilliant use of the mu

Queens Museum Names Artists for New Studio Program
06/21/2013
Queens Museum Names Artists for New Studio Program

Queens Museum Names Artists for New Studio Program

The New York Observer: The Queens Museum has chosen the recipients of its inaugural studio program, which will provide artists with subsidized studio space for one year. The nine recipients—Juan Betancurth, Onyedika Chuke, Shahab Fotouhi, Caitlin Keogh, Mike Kenney, Filip Olzeweski and Bunny Rogers,

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