It’s Always Summer In Hell (Or At Frieze New York): A Filthy Dreams GIF Heat Index
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It’s Always Summer In Hell (Or At Frieze New York): A Filthy Dreams GIF Heat Index

Whew! I don’t know about you, Filthy Dreams readers, but is it hot today or is it just me? *spontaneously combusts* As temperatures rise to 90 degrees outside, apparently they’re even hotter in that art-filled circus tent on the East River. I mean, the Frieze New York art fair on Randall’s Island! Now, I avoid art fairs … Continue reading

Filthy Dreams’s GIF Review: Carlos Reyes’s “West Side Club” At Bodega
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Filthy Dreams’s GIF Review: Carlos Reyes’s “West Side Club” At Bodega

Why hello there, dearest Filthy Dreams readers, and welcome to our latest installment of GIF reviews. This time, I’m focusing on Carlos Reyes current exhibition West Side Club at Bodega. In his show, Reyes created a series of sculptures out of wood salvaged from the former sauna at Chelsea’s still open West Side Club. I know, … Continue reading

Filthy Dreams’s GIF Review: Alex Da Corte’s “C-A-T Spells Murder” At Karma
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Filthy Dreams’s GIF Review: Alex Da Corte’s “C-A-T Spells Murder” At Karma

Why hello there, dearest Filthy Dreams readers! Are you ready for another installment of our GIF reviews? This time, we’re looking at Alex Da Corte’s current exhibition C-A-T Spells Murder at Karma. Inspired by R. L. Stine’s novel Cat from his Fear Street series–the older and trashier pulp fiction version of his Goosebump books, C-A-T … Continue reading

Filthy Dreams’s GIF Review: Kathe Burkhart’s “From The Liz Taylor Series” At Mary Boone
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Filthy Dreams’s GIF Review: Kathe Burkhart’s “From The Liz Taylor Series” At Mary Boone

Why hello there, dearest Filthy Dreams readers! And welcome to the newest installment of our GIF review series. This GIF review focuses on Kathe Burkhart’s exhibition From The Liz Taylor Series at the swanky uptown Mary Boone Gallery. Why they even had a pianist in the lobby to make sure you knew it was fancy. With monumental paintings … Continue reading