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Holiday Gift Staff Pick 'Ed Templeton: Tangentially Parenthetical' is NEW from Um Yeah Arts

DATE 11/15/2018

Holiday Gift Staff Pick 'Ed Templeton: Tangentially Parenthetical' is NEW from Um Yeah Arts

Featured photograph, made in London, England, 2010, is reproduced from Ed Templeton: Tangentially Parenthetical, the new release from Um Yeah Arts. "We get such a small sample size from which to glean an understanding," Templeton writes, "and at every twist and turn there's a carnival barker distracting us, a quack extolling the virtues of their miracle cure, or a religious zealot offering a shortcut to the pearly gates—all for a small fee, of course… The truth is at our fingerprints, yet we lack the dexterity to crack open the thick husk of misinformation surrounding it." See more Holiday Gift suggestions here!

All hail Andy Warhol

DATE 11/13/2018

All hail Andy Warhol

Everyone should see Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again at the Whitney museum. On view through March 31, this "brilliant" retrospective "shows a personal side of the Pop master—his hopes, fears, faith—and reasserts his power for a new generation," according to Holland Cotter of the New York Times. And yet, not all works can be shown, even in an exhibition this sweeping. Therefore, we highly recommend, as supplemental reading, Andy Warhol's The Chelsea Girls, our magical recent monograph on Warhol's iconic 1966 split-screen masterpiece, which is not included in the Whitney's screening program—though its presence is certainly felt.

Andy Warhol, all the way

DATE 11/12/2018

Andy Warhol, all the way

The Whitney Museum's major Andy Warhol retrospective opens to the public today, and we're celebrating with this print from the artist's 1967 Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn) series, reproduced from our comprehensive catalogue raisonné of the prints, 1962–1987. "Through his conceptualization of the printing process," essayist Donna De Salvo writes, "Warhol transformed that process into his metaphor for America—its capitalism, its abundance, its industry, and, most important, its simultaneous and contradictory desire for innovation and uniformity—Marcel Duchamp meets Norman Rockwell meets cable television. In the subtle details of a single Camouflage print or the 632 variations of Sunset, we also discover a world of illusion fabricated by Andy Warhol, an artist who in the end got more than he could ever have foreseen when he decided 'not to be imaginative.'"

DATE 11/9/2018

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