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Favorite Art Shows of 2009

After reading Peter Schjeldahl’s “Eleven Best Museum Shows of 2009″  in the New Yorker, I thought, I too will compile a list. 1. Please, Please, Please, Jeppe Hein, January 30 – March 29th 2009, The Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2.

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Favorite Art Shows of 2009

After reading Peter Schjeldahl’s “Eleven Best Museum Shows of 2009″  in the New Yorker, I thought, I too will compile a list. 1. Please, Please, Please, Jeppe Hein, January 30 – March 29th 2009, The Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2.

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Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or at P.S.1, NYC

Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or at P.S.1 The connection between Micheal Jackson and America’s ill-fated military interventions might seem tenuous, but after viewing Jonathan Horowitz’s sculptures and video installation the link becomes obvious and uncomfortable. For his solo show P.S.1, NYC,  Chief

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Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or at P.S.1, NYC

Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or at P.S.1 The connection between Micheal Jackson and America’s ill-fated military interventions might seem tenuous, but after viewing Jonathan Horowitz’s sculptures and video installation the link becomes obvious and uncomfortable. For his solo show P.S.1, NYC,  Chief

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