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Ellen Langan Named Partner at Maccarone

Michele Maccarone with Ellen Langan. (Courtesy bfanyc.com)

Ellen Langan, a director at Maccarone on Greenwich Street, has been named a partner at the gallery, according to an e-mail sent out this morning by Michele Maccarone. In her announcement, Ms. Maccarone said, “For nearly a decade, Ellen has been at the heart of developing the gallery program and expanding our artist roster, as Read More

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Reviewing Artforum’s Advertisements: April 2014

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Artforum, April 2014

Hot stuff in this April issue of Artforum. Perhaps hottest of all? Christine Mehring on Sigmar Polke’s storied 1976 Düsseldorf retrospective, which was organized by none other than Benjamin H.D. Buchloh. (Polke made a rather unexpected intervention in the show.) Also cool: a Top 10 from Pauline Oliveros, J. Hoberman on the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Michael Snow show and quite a bit more. Read More


12 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before April 6

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THURSDAY | Opening: Julian Hoeber and André Kertész at Zach Feuer


Performance: Donelle Woolford, “Dick’s Last Stand” at The Kitchen
(Fictional) Whitney Biennial artist Donelle Woolford will reenact a censored Richard Pryor stand-up routine from 1977. Lot of layers here: “Instead of Richard Pryor playing Richard Pryor playing Mudbone, Dick’s Last Stand is Woolford playing Richard Pryor playing Richard Pryor playing Mudbone—across generations and in drag!” Feels appropriate for April Fool’s. —Zoë Lescaze Read More

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Wu-Tang Clan: The RZA Is Not Valued as Highly as Andy Warhol


The Wu-Tang Clan’s latest album features 31 songs recorded over the course of six years and will not be released by a commercial label. Actually, that’s an understatement: “The music is available for purchase and ownership by one individual only,” according to a website set up for the album. “It is presented in a hand carved nickel-silver box designed by the British Moroccan artist Yahya.” Talk about a collector’s item! (Sorry.) Read More

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Phaidon Press Names Keith Fox CEO

Keith Fox. (Courtesy McGraw Hill)

Art and architecture book publisher Phaidon Press has named Keith Fox CEO. He was most recently the president of the construction division at McGraw Hill Financial, which publishes Architectural Record and GreenSource Magazine among other publications. He has previously served as the president of McGraw Hill Professional and BusinessWeek. Read More