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Bits & Pieces: a Tino Sehgal tell-all, “The Subconscious Shelf,” and more

A new kind of art speak: Now that Tino Sehgal’s This Progress exhibition at the Guggenheim is over, its flesh-and-blood artworks are talking, giving the inside scoop on working a Tino Sehgal gig and “the pressure of nonstop thoughtful conversation.” A new kind of literary analysis: The New Yorker’s book bloggers have a nifty new service […]

A new kind of art speak: Now that Tino Sehgal’s This Progress exhibition at the Guggenheim is over, its flesh-and-blood artworks are talking, giving the inside scoop on working a Tino Sehgal gig and “the pressure of nonstop thoughtful conversation.”

A new kind of literary analysis: The New Yorker’s book bloggers have a nifty new service analyzing photos of readers’ bookshelves.

Image submitted to "The Subconscious Shelf"

What does last-minute airfare to Germany cost these days? James Turrell’s Wolfsburg Project, his largest-ever museum installation, closes April 5 at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg. Here’s a video, if you can’t hop the pond. Or come console yourself in Turrell’s Sky Pesher at the Walker

James Turrell, Bridget's Bardo, 2009; © James Turrell, Foto: Florian Holzherr, 2009

A magical encounter with Dolphin Oracle II: read the account from Santa Fe artist and designer Amy Conway.

 

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    Bar Shrine, by Dan Witz, part of a slideshow on Vandalog.  (Image courtesy of Vandalog.)

    Update: A rundown on the participants for tomorrow’s Twitter tour of the Whitney Biennial!An absolutely stunning/horrific photo essay and interview with the photographer from Cambodia’s notorious Tuol Sleng prison.Woot woot! The Is This Art? iPhone app is on Art Daily! Want to submit a one-liner crit for the app? You can do that right here.Sorta related: Boxer shorts worthy of encyclopedic collecting by a venerable New York institution. (@TylerGreenDC.)#class reviewed in the New York Times. Rawk on.For the Geeks: The @ symbol is now part of MoMA’s permanent architecture and design collection.Artist Steve McQueen wants to put Britain’s Iraqi war dead on stamps. Images here.The latest on the L.A. cultural budget cuts. Not pretty. More here.Art21 has a report on gluttony in art. I wish someone woulda called Barbara Ehrenreich to participate in this.Speaking of which: Hipsters on food stamps. (Art Fag City.)A buncha people are gonna debate the commercial nature of art fairs at the Saatchi Gallery. Is this even debatable?Marina Abramovic’s biographer, James Westcott, meditates with his subject. You can find his book here.Museums I must visit: the Frog Museum, in Estavayer-de-Lac, Switzerland, and the Hair Museum, in Independence Missouri. Seriously.Art suitcases.The Subconscious Shelf: The New Yorker will now analyze your books. (Off Center.)A visual history of tourism ads. (@slate.)Today’s Street Art: High Hopes in Brooklyn.Human pillars.Usual Suspects: The architectural short list for SFMOMA’s expansion.This structure is totally Wicker Man.Persian bear skin rug. Would go perfect with mushroom table.

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