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Today saw the unveiling of Honey, I Twisted Through More Damn Traffic today, a new Ed Ruscha mural on the High Line. The piece, a riff on a pastel-on-paper Ruscha piece from 1977, will be on display at West 22nd Street — across from the iconic COST/REVS roller — until May of next year. The text is definitely more […]

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A hand-painted mural by the iconic Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha (Hollywood Is a Verb, Another Hollywood Bubble Popped) is coming to the side of a building next to the High Line at West 22nd Street and Tenth Avenue, on May 6th, for a year. Above is the Gagosian’s official rendering of what it might look […]

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In 2013, visual artists like Ed Ruscha and Marilyn Minter will turn 300 New York rooftop water tanks into art objects. Also, Jay-Z. The Water Tank Project will raise awareness on the global water supply (dwindling), which is perfect because Jay-Z is ‘bout the only rapper still getting money in a drought. Get it? […]

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You don’t love your dog… unless you buy these $2,500 – $3,500 fine art dog dishes, painted by very prominent and famous artists, so cash on out, richie! Kenny Scharf clearly didn’t spend as much time on the bowls as his bongs, David Hockney really wasn’t trying/was drunk when he finger painted that and Ed Ruscha […]

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One of the perks of being president is getting to choose from a vast array of artwork held in Washington area museums to decorate their White House with, and the Obamas just got around to making their choices. One of the more interesting selections for a president who’s already developed a reputation for indecisiveness has […]

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Combining two of life’s greatest joys, bicycling and art, Lance Armstrong’s Stages exhibition opened at the Emmanuel Perrotin gallery in Paris last week. On view through August 8th, the benefit show for the Lance Armstrong Foundation features commissioned work from the “world’s most accomplished and promising international artists.” The selection of 16 artists, all but […]

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