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05.10.13 Marina Galperina

Watch the road. Watch the road disintegrate, swallow itself. Watch the street lights mosh the sky into the traffic, like a windshield wiper plowing down everything. First thought: Leos Carax, Holy Motors.  Paris galerie charlot set up shop in a minimal corner booth at the inaugural CutLog New York art fair in PS 160. The three Jacques Perconte video works are […]

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05.09.13 Marina Galperina

“I’m a little tired,” Tima Radya tells me, smiling. The soft-spoken street artist was up until 3am the night before CutLog New York’s inaugural press opening last night. He was stacking, climbing, stacking his recreation of Stability Figure 1 — a giant pyramid of cards. The cards are riot shields. This is the anonymous Yekaterinburg street artist’s […]

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01.17.13 Marina Galperina

Art fairs are a strange place to see art. Usually, it’s a fixed-up warehouse setting and you saunter briskly from one cubicle to the next, cruising expensively-shipped art from wherever and wherever-else, weaseling through crowds of journo-types and maybe accidentally stepping John Waters’ foot. The sheer quantity off ART STUFF is overwhelming!!! [Insert existential groan […]

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