Flowers

April 8th, 2014


Chosen by N.B.


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Flowers

March 24th, 2014


Chosen by E.W.


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Sandwiched

March 19th, 2014


From March 7–12, Jacob Fabricius enacted a project near Fulton Street Mall in Brooklyn called Sandwiched that he last carried out ten years ago.

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Images courtesy of Jacob Fabricius. Photos by Lyndsy Welgos.


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Flowers

March 12th, 2014


Chosen by B. I. O.


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Sarah Ortmeyer / Sparks

March 4th, 2014


Sarah Ortmeyer at Federico Vavassori



Sparks – “This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both of Us”

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Once every week or so, Bryce posts an image of an artwork published on Contemporary Art Daily alongside a music video published on his personal blog.


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Flowers

February 25th, 2014


Chosen by B.D.


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February 24, 2014

February 24th, 2014


Sometimes Forrest posts snapshots from around CAG’s office.


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Flowers

February 10th, 2014


Chosen by N.B.


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Derek Jarman / The Style Council

February 6th, 2014


Derek Jarman at Wilkinson


The Style Council – “Shout To The Top”

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Once every week or so, Bryce posts an image of an artwork published on Contemporary Art Daily alongside a music video published on his personal blog.


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Klara Lidén in “POST” at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

January 31st, 2014


This is the eleventh and final in a series of exhibitions at the Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen called POST, curated by Charlottenborg’s Director Jacob Fabricius.

Klara Lidén’s work explores the physical, psychological and social limits and conventions of both public and private space. The use of everyday material is inherent, but is soon transformed – both in material and function – through a new reactivated staging. Lidén describes these structures as re-cycling, re-building or improvising new uses for what has already been set up. Her works are a combination of social activism, performance actions, large-scale installations, and film works drawing on a history of performance art and conceptual work. Lidéns works are often sitespecific, revealing her architectural background and fascination for urban planning.

For POST, Lidén shows a series of block prints made for Kunsthal Charlottenborg from everyday materials such as meatballs, bubblewrap, a chair and a diet coke.

Photos by Frida Gregersen.

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