Amber Ladd



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Trevor Paglen, They Watch the Moon, 2010. C-print, 36 x 48 inches. Courtesy The New Museum

Surfing the Flotsam: Free at the New Museum

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

on view through January 23


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The Dumpster: Golan Levin with Kamal Nigam and Jonathan Feinberg, 2006

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

Internet project co-commissioned by Artport, The Whitney Museum Portal to Net Art, and Tate Online The Dumpster is the first of three commissioned projects that will be displayed at Artport and Tate Online in February and March 2006, each one meant to showcase net art as central to the conception of the museum as a networked, virtual…


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The Battle of Algiers: Marc Lafia and Fang-Yu Lin

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

A project co-commissioned by Artport at the Whitney Museum of American Art and Tate Online “The Battle of Algiers” is the second of three commissioned projects that will be displayed at Artport and Tate Online in February and March 2006. Each project showcases net art as central to the conception of the museum as a networked, virtual…


Rhizome Artbase 101

Monday, August 1st, 2005

Internet exhibition supported by the New Museum of Contemporary Art June 23 – September 10 Why is it so difficult for internet art to become part of the mainstream, when the internet itself is so ubiquitous? Maybe it’s the ubiquity that’s the problem. In her book Internet Art (Thames and Hudson, 2004), Rachel Greene hypothesizes that…


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Polly Apfelbaum

Sunday, February 1st, 2004

Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati 44 East 6th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 513 345 8400 6 December 2003 to 29 February 2004 The “feminine” used to be equated with fragility, delicacy, and quiet refinement. Polly Apfelbaum’s works are all of these things while also revealing the artist’s capacity to subvert such equations and redefine “women’s work.” Her…


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Saul Ostrow

Wednesday, October 1st, 2003

I’m Saul Ostrow’s first official guest in his new apartment, and he’s happy to be cooking for someone other than himself. Saul has just transplanted from New York to become Dean of Fine Arts and Chair of Painting for the Cleveland Institute of Arts. His wife, the painter Shirley Kaneda, helped him move in, having…


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Black Mountain: Experiment In Art Edited by Vincent Katz with essays by Martin Brody, Kevin Power and Robert Creeley.

Monday, September 1st, 2003

Imagine an art school that functioned like no other. Located far from the bustling art scene of New York, it was nestled remote North Carolina, miles away from anything. Here, the student decided what classes to take and how long his course of study would last. A school that could not afford to pay its…