Pointing out Sara Ludy’s “City Inverse” on the screen, Cornell notes that, “you can sell digital work in different ways but in Sara’s case we’re going to take it offline for the collector so they can just have it locally.”
cf. 0-DAY ART:
WE WILL GET THAT ART BACK ONLINE BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY
Image: Sara Ludy’s City (detail)
My Net Work column made New Aesthetic. I am very proud of this development.
So the art world is back in season. You know how I can tell? All the lists telling me what to go to, where, and when. Here are some useful lists:
1. Ben Sutton over at The L Magazine has 20 must-see shows for fall.
2. Art Fag City has every commercial gallery show you need to see in September.
3. C-Monster has an infographic on WNYC with openings to go to this week.
4. The Lower East Side is having its first mass gallery-crawl night, which means it’s a real art neighborhood now. Here’s the list.
Bonus: At the New York Observer, Andrew Russeth foretells the future of the art world this fall, and he seems right on the money. Takeaway: more money, more art, more LES.
Artinfo’s own contribution will be coming later today. Back to school!