Life During Wartime Online Opening Conversation - Saturday, June 6, 2020

The opening celebration was held virtually via Zoom on June 6, 2020, from 1-3pm EDT. It featured a conversation led by curator Christian Viveros-Fauné that included participating artists Basil Kincaid, Cristina Lucas, Narsiso Martinez and Spencer Tunick, as well as a virtual walk-through of the exhibition and a public Q+A.

Encuentro con Christian Viveros-Fauné, comisario de la exposición Gran Sur en Alcala 31

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Christian Viveros-Fauné habla sobre “Gran Sur: Arte Contemporáneo Chileno en la Colección Engel”

conversatorio de la feria online Open Ch.ACO

"Art Critics are the most powerless people in the World" - Christian Viveros-Faune

Interview with The face of America

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Breaking Paradigms: Christian Viveros-Fauné on Project 61

CVF speaks about interdisciplinary collaborations potential to break up paradigms.

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Strictly Critical Goes To The Met To Discuss Van Gogh

artnet News' art critics head to The Met to discuss everything from speeding trains to syphilis. When it comes to Van Gogh, nothing is off the table.

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Strictly Critical Goes to The Whitney Museum

It’s not every day that a city wakes up to find itself in possession of a brand-new mega-museum. But that’s what New York found itself waking to on May 1, when the Whitney Museum of American Art officially opened the doors on its giant, Renzo Piano-designed space at the foot of the High Line, in the Meatpacking District.

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Strictly Critical Goes to The Triennial

Blake and Christian dodge punches as they claim that the very thing that the Triennial is seemingly to be set apart from, ends up only adding to.

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Strictly Critical Spends an Hour with Cézanne

From a painter who paints mostly nothing to what is probably one of the most valuable paintings in the world, Strictly Critical covers it all in an hour long marathon in front of "The Card Players".

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Strictly Critical: Roxy Paine Reveals How Airport Security Breeds a Culture of Fear

Strictly Critical video of the exhibition at Marianne Boesky, where Roxy Paine's artworks reveal the menacing, illogical truth of our strange, new post-9/11 world.

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Strictly Critical Spends an Hour with Mr. Vermeer

artnet News' own "Strictly Critical" team, Blake Gopnik and Christian Viveros-Fauné, visited the Frick's opulent space on the Upper East Side of Manhattan for an indulgent hour-long visit viewing of Vermeer.

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Strictly Critical: Gopnik and Viveros-Fauné at the New Museum

“This is art that matters, this is as important as it gets.” Gopnik and fellow New York art critic Christian Viveros-Fauné browse “Here and Elsewhere,” the eye-opening, museum-filling survey of contemporary art from the Arab world currently at the New Museum.

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Strictly Critical: Gopnik and Viveros-Fauné in Sugar Hill

Our two critics scrap gallery world for art in the public realm at "If You Build It," an exhibition curated by the socially-engaged non-profit No Longer Empty inside a David Adjaye building dedicated to low-income housing. Located in Harlem's Sugar Hill neighborhood--the legendary epicenter of the Harlem Renaissance--the show and the setting take Blake and Christian out of their comfort zone.

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Strictly Critical goes shopping at FRIEZE

Blake Gopnik and Christian Viveros-Faune play the role of billionaires for a day and look at Four artists that every collector should have in their portfolio.

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MoMA exhibits; Sigmar Polke confuses; A critical look at a survey of Sigmar Polke

Currently MoMA is displaying a body of work from 1963-2010 from Sigmar Polke. Art Critics: Blake Gopnik and Christian Viveros-Faune take us on a confusing and wild trip to try and tie down what the artists' artist accomplished.

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