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The New Yorker’s May 11th issue includes a profile of the sculptor Charles Ray, tracking his life and career and peculiarities. One small section of the piece is devoted to the controversy around his piece “Huck and Jim,” a sculpture of the characters from Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The sculpture depicts a […]

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This weekend, ANIMAL reported that a person was arrested for graffiti at the Whitney during the museum’s marathon 36-hour closing of the Jeff Koons retrospective. We obtained video clips (watch above) that show the audacious stunt from start to finish. No art damaged, museum official said to me. But new photo angles on Koon's "Hanging […]

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Right of Jeff Koons’ ecstatic ejaculate puddle, Cicciolina’s clumped mascara is perfect blue. It’s not blue. It’s more specific than blue, but like the pink pimples on her ass, spread half-hoisted onto his painted dick, it is the perfect color it should be. There are 150 objects in his Whitney retrospective (opening to the public Friday), spanning decades of a […]

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