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Links 1 through 10 of 20 by Viviane Tang tagged art

Eight years after Larry Rivers’s death, both his pioneering art and his hypersexual private life are getting fresh attention. In the 70s, he filmed his adolescent daughters topless for a documentary, Growing, that the younger one, Emma Rivers Tamburlini, says is nothing less than child pornography. With battle lines drawn between Emma and those who guard Rivers’s legacy, the author asks whether the artist was shattering taboos or destroying innocence.

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Works from Jeff Koons’s “Made in Heaven” series — paintings and sculptures that depict the artist with his then-lover, Italian porn star Cicciolina, in a variety of romantic situations — have returned to New York, where many were first displayed in 1991 at the Sonnabend Gallery in SoHo. (Some pieces — of the slightly less hardcore variety — were shown at the 1990 Venice Biennale.) New York critics, with perhaps only one exception, have lambasted the current “Made in Heaven” show at the Upper East Side townhouse of Luxembourg & Dayan, following in a rich lineage of writers that have panned work. Over the past two decades, the series has earned near-universal scorn from most art critics and inspired some of the all-time-great takedowns in recent criticism.

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After it came to light last week that films and videotapes made by the artist Larry Rivers included footage of his two daughters naked, New York University informed his foundation that it did not want those materials included as part of the archive it was purchasing, said John Beckman, a spokesman for N.Y.U.

That leaves the question of what to do with the films and tapes, which are now in the hands of the Larry Rivers Foundation and which Mr. Rivers’s younger daughter, Emma Tamburlini, wants turned over to her and her sister, Gwynne Rivers. Mr. Rivers died in 2002.

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This year Playboy Enterprises is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its Playboy Club and the Playboy Bunny, and a sexy new show at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh is bringing nearly two dozen contemporary artists together to reinterpret the Playboy Bunny icon for the occasion.

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Volunteers removed their clothes to participate in Spencer Tunick's installation Mardi Gras: The Base on the steps of the Sydney Opera House...

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Phillips de Pury & Company's Sex auction in London on March 19 features 221 nudes and sex-related works, with heavy emphasis on photography among a who's who of contemporary artists and some 20th century masters

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This is going to be an art installation that combines sculptural elements, performance, audio, video, photo documentation, and illustrated portraits of Las Vegas sex workers. The purpose of this show is to investigate the connections between the Las Vegas economy & the legal & illegal sex work that happens there.

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Sensing an unanswered demand in the jock strap market, artist Colin Corbett created a line of protective underwear unlikely to perform well with pants.

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I think there’s some interesting writing that has not yet been done — and I would hope to be the person to do it — about the ways in which particular types of aesthetic practices paralleled certain thinking about sexual liberty in post-war America b

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Now, with an explosion of museums, galleries, and prices, China has become the hottest stop on the international art circuit. In the emerging cultural capitals of Beijing and Shanghai, the author examines the forces in a stampede of new money, unleashed t

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