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Carolina A. Miranda

Carolina A. Miranda appears in the following:

Tino Sehgal at the Guggenheim: A Follow-Up

Monday, March 01, 2010

The second time around was not at all like the first time.

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Is This Art? An iPhone app that explains it all. (Sort of.)

Thursday, February 25, 2010

A pile of smashed glass. A urinal repurposed as sculpture. A croissant dangling in a museum. Is it art? It's an age-old question, but one that gets asked relentlessly. Which is why the Pittsburgh-based contemporary arts center the Mattress Factory, teamed up with technology marketing firm Deeplocal, to produce a tongue-in-cheek iPhone application that will answer the question for you.

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Whitney Biennial: Three Must-Sees

Thursday, February 25, 2010

With 55 artists spread out over five museum floors –and a raft of performances that will take place through May – the Whitney Biennial can be a mind-boggling show to absorb in one visit. Listen to my conversation with Soterios Johnson on WNYC's Morning Edition.

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Collecting Biennials: A History of the Show at the Whitney

Monday, February 22, 2010

The Whitney Biennial has become a biannual bloodsport rite among art critics who descend on the show to ponder what it could all possibly mean and lay waste to whatever it doesn't.

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Don’t Objectify Him: Tino Sehgal at the Guggenheim

Friday, January 29, 2010

The Tino Sehgal show at the Guggenheim proves that you sometimes have to empty out the museum in order to see what's really there. Share your reaction here.

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Shipwrecked: NYC Boat Artist Marie Lorenz's Chilly Spill

Thursday, January 07, 2010

When she capsized her boat off the Italian coast, artist Marie Lorenz had the presence of mind to unhook the waterproof video camera she had strapped to the deck, put it in her mouth and swim to shore.

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Be a Part of It: Join WNYC at a Guggenheim Happening

Thursday, January 07, 2010

On Friday, January 29, the Guggenheim Museum opens a highly unusual exhibit. It will not contain a single object: no paintings, sculptures, videos or installations. 

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Getting it Wright: Dining at the Guggenheim's New Restaurant

Monday, January 04, 2010

The oughts saw the demise of countless institutions (books, newspapers, network news anchors), but there's one most folks are not likely to miss: the ossified museum cafeteria, with its plastic trays, bounteous fluorescent lighting and grim metal counters stocked with stale egg salad sandwiches and Sanka.

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A Recession-Era Biennial: What'd They Leave Out?

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Using a video press release resembling a perfume ad circa 1985, the Whitney Biennial presented their list of the 55 artists who, according to the curators, now make up the vanguard of American contemporary art. Who did they miss?

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Art Basel Miami: Sales May Be Soft, But the Party Goes On

Friday, December 04, 2009

Two thousand artists. Thirty-three countries. More than two hundred fifty galleries. All spread out on a convention center floor the size of 10 football fields. If you're looking for subtlety, Art Basel Miami Beach is not the place to find it.

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Art Basel Miami: Sales May Be Soft, But the Party Goes On

Friday, December 04, 2009

2,000 artists, 33 countries, more than 250 galleries, all spread out on a convention-center floor the size of 10 football fields. That’s how art critic Carolina Miranda describes the scene, at Art Basel Miami – the giant yearly art fair. She joins us by phone from Miami.

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Can Bravo Pick the Next Top Artist?

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

You’ve heard of Top Chef and Project Runway, well, now the world of contemporary art is about to get a dose of reality – reality TV.

This past weekend lines formed around the block outside the White Columns gallery, as hopefuls gathered to audition for Bravo’s first Reality TV show - ...

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Younger Than Jesus

Friday, April 10, 2009

Younger than Jesus - that's the name of a new show that opened this week at the New Museum on the Bowery. It's a triennial exhibition devoted to artists under the age of 33. Art critic Carolina Miranda checked out the show and joins Soterios Johnson to discuss it.

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