On the morning of Saturday March 27, 2010, the MoMA opened with Marina Abramovic seated facing a table and an empty chair, on schedule, ready to receive visitors as part of her ongoing marathon performance “The Artist is Present.” But this day was different, as the first visitor in line was a young woman who showed up dressed in a long blue dress and a black braid swept over one shoulder. Read on for an interview with the doppleganger, performance artist Anya Liftig.
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Artist, painter, and BOMB blogger Tatiana Berg has exclusive access to the Armory Show preview
today yesterday and VOLTA NY today. She’ll be live tweeting on location armed with only an iPhone, a VIP pass, and plenty of moxie. Read her impressions in 140 character bursts on our twitter page, or on the widget below:
Everyone is sad for X Initiative’s one year art attack on Chelsea come to an end. But if we had to see ‘em go, it was sure nice to see ‘em go out with a bang. Their final challenge? Inviting anyone and everyone to Bring Your Own Art between 11am February 3rd and 11am February 4th, and install it wherever they could find an inch of free wall or floor space. That’s it. No rules, no curators, no mercy. The ensuing joyous bedlam represented a 24-hour condensed version of the X Initiave’s bold efforts to bring some much-needed excitement and optimism to Chelsea.
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