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Michelangelo and the Virtual

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Michelangelo, “Studies for Sistine Ceiling” (circa 1508-12), collection of The Cleveland Museum of ArtMichelangelo, “Studies for Sistine Ceiling” (circa 1508-12), collection of The Cleveland Museum of Art
Art review of Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

https://hyperallergic.com/424815/michelangelo-traces-the-states-of-being...


Review of Dada Africa: Non-Western Sources and Influences

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Hannah Hoch, “From the Collection of an Ethnographic Museum No. IX” (1929) collageHannah Hoch, “From the Collection of an Ethnographic Museum No. IX” (1929) collage

Art review of Dada Africa: Non-Western Sources and Influences at Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris
https://hyperallergic.com/425850/the-dadaists-fevered-dreams-of-africa/


Review of Pop Art: Icons that Matter

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Andy Warhol, “Electric Chair” (1971), silkscreen, 90 × 121.6 cm, donated by Peter M. Brant (© Adagp, Paris, 2017)Andy Warhol, “Electric Chair” (1971), silkscreen, 90 × 121.6 cm, donated by Peter M. Brant (© Adagp, Paris, 2017)
My art review of Pop Art: Icons that Matter https://hyperallergic.com/421128/pop-goes-the-ugly-american-stereotypes/


Review of Fernand Léger retrospective that blurred the line between human and machine

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Fernand Leger and Dudley Murphy, Ballet mecanique, 1924Fernand Leger and Dudley Murphy, Ballet mecanique, 1924

Art review of a major retrospective of Fernand Léger that reveals how the French artist anticipated the increasingly blurred line between human and machine.

https://hyperallergic.com/391612/fernand-leger-centre-pompidou-metz/


Reviewing Archéonauts

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Eduardo Kac, “Reabracadabra” (1985/2015), 24.5 x 25 x 24.5 cm, Minitel animation loop (courtesy Galerie Charlot)Eduardo Kac, “Reabracadabra” (1985/2015), 24.5 x 25 x 24.5 cm, Minitel animation loop (courtesy Galerie Charlot)
Art review of Archéonauts at Galerie Charlot https://hyperallergic.com/379345/post-internet-artists-crack-open-our-te...


Golem!

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Walter Schulze-Mittendorff, “Robot from Fritz Lang’s film Metropolis” (1926), copy created by the Louvre in 1994, résine peinte,Walter Schulze-Mittendorff, “Robot from Fritz Lang’s film Metropolis” (1926), copy created by the Louvre in 1994, résine peinte,
Art review of Golem! Avatars d’une légende d’argile at Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme (Paris)


The Timeless Blackness of Balenciaga

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Cristóbal Balenciaga, l’oeuvre au noir detailCristóbal Balenciaga, l’oeuvre au noir detail
My review of Cristóbal Balenciaga, l’oeuvre au noir at Musée Bourdelle https://hyperallergic.com/374955/the-timeless-blackness-of-balenciagas-d...


Roniger on penelOpe pandemOnium

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penelOpe pandemOniumpenelOpe pandemOnium
Taney Roniger writes beautifully in Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art on my painting penelOpe pandemOnium when shown at Galerie Richard in New York City at 121 Orchard Street.

https://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/joseph-nechvatal-s-penelope-pandem...


Review of Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimbert's tax havens photo documentary show

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Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti, “The lobby of Ernst & Young’s headquarters in London” (2015), photographPaolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti, “The lobby of Ernst & Young’s headquarters in London” (2015), photograph

Review of Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti’s Les Paradis, rapport annuel at the Centre Assas at the Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas (92 rue d’Assas, 5th arrondissement, Paris)


Review of Dada Presentism: An Essay on Art and History

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First International Dada FairFirst International Dada Fair

Book review of Maria Stavrinaki's Dada Presentism: An Essay on Art and History https://hyperallergic.com/368656/the-dada-gaze-into-the-eternal-now/


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