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In Conversation with Korakrit Arunanondchai, boychild and Alex Gvojic

New York-Art

Korakrit Arunanondchai, boychild and Alex Gvojic have worked together since they first met at Art Basel Miami Beach 6 years ago. Not only is their work inspired by each other’s unique sense of time, it also projects a feeling of togetherness and interconnectedness like no other collaborative trio of the moment. With the Venice Biennale and the Whitney Biennial 2019 now open we sat down with the three, who's work is included on both sides of the “pond”, so to speak, to discuss how they met, what attracted them to each other and how a living archive informs most of their multi-disciplinary practice.

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Cy Gavin: Hacking the Eye with Paint

New York-Art

We talk to artist Cy Gavin about hacking the eye with paint and the propaganda of the Hudson River School...

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Tofer Chin: LA's Golden Age

Los Angeles-Art

As you arrive to The Standard, Downtown LA you should feel a sense of calm wash over you. At least that’s what sculptor and large-scale artist Tofer Chin, who painted the latest edition of the 6th Street mural, intended when he chose to base his work in a muted, golden peach tone. Find out what inspired the artist...

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Surprise! You’re Already an Expert in "Bastard Cooking”

Art

Rirkrit Tiravanija, Antto Melasniemi delight Art Basel Hong Kong at “A Bastard Dinner”—a first look at the forthcoming Bastard Cookbook...

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Dachi Cole: Black Cowboys

New York-Art

Brooklyn-based artist, Dachi Cole talks about the erasure of Black Cowboys from Hollywood productions and her new installation at The Standard, East Village's new NO BAR...

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Espo: 100 Stories Tall

New York-Art

“It’s mostly reflection about going away and coming home,” Espo said. “About the first hour of waking up and the last hour before going to bed." Read our interview with the artist as he completes his installation at The Standard, High Line. 

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