Chris Burden  (American, 1946) 

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NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. “Posters of Paris,” “Made in L.A.,” Jasper John prints, Ellsworth Kelly plants, George Bellows, “Visions of Arcadia,” David Shrigley, Josiah McElheny, Amanda Ross-Ho, “Signs and Symbols,” Richard Diebenkorn, more., 06/01/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Fireworks at Art Panel, 05/08/2012
ARTNET NEWS. LA Museums Take Cue From NY with Music Series, 04/19/2012
“L.A. Raw” RADICAL CALIFORNIA by Patricia Cronin. “Abject Expressionism” -- Kienholz, Foulkes, Garabedian, Paul McCarthy, plus 37 others -- at the  10-year-old Pasadena Museum of California Art., 03/26/2012
>CHARLES SPURRIER: A HISTORY by Charlie Finch. New works by Charles Spurrier at New York’s Margaret Thatcher Projects., 03/13/2012
Mike Kelley THE PERVERSE MASTER by Jerry Saltz. RIP Mike Kelley, 1954-2012, who turned L.A. foreboding into an all-out acrimonious art of darkness., 02/02/2012
MIKE AND IKE Charlie Finch. RIP Mike Kelley, 1954-2012., 02/01/2012
Pacific Standard Time THE CUTTING EDGE AT POMONA by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. The Cutting Edge at Pomona College Museum from 1970 to 1972, 01/12/2012
Pacific Standard Time IT HAPPENED AT POMONA by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp California conceptualism takes root under the guidance of Hal Glicksman at the Pomona College Museum of Art., 11/01/2011
Istanbul Biennial THE BIENNIAL AS CURATORIUM by Patricia Watts. A report from the 12th edition of the Istanbul Biennial, organized by jens Hoffman and Adriano Pedrosa., 10/13/2011
NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. Pacific Standard Time rules in Los Angeles. Plus, Degas dancers, Degas nudes, “Art and Black Los Angeles,” “Dance/Draw,” Alfred Stieglitz’s artists, Impressionist works on paper, Caravaggio, Hans Haacke, Tristan Lowe, Carsten Höller, more, 10/03/2011
Itinéraire thématique d’exposition sur le thème de l'automobile. Vanités mécaniques. Par Joël Riff., 08/16/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Transformers 3 & the iconic Milwaukee Art Museum. Plus, Frans Hals at the Met, the art of cruelty, Russian art collector Leonid Mikhelson, more., 07/15/2011
Itinéraire d’expositions d’art contemporain dans le quartier de Belleville, Paris 2011. Belleville au soleil. Par Joël Riff, 06/27/2011
Mothers of Invention FREAK OUT, 45 YEARS ON  by Charlie Finch Frank Zappa and his album "Freak Out!" was the Picasso of the 1960s cultural scene., 06/20/2011
Ai Weiwei I FOR AN AI by Bozidar Brazda. Considering what is happening to Ai Weiwei., 04/13/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Chris Burden’s Metropolis II, new Houston art fair, Brazil in Ohio, the war on drugs in L.A., 02/09/2011
TWENTY TOP SHOWS IN U.S. MUSEUMS, 10/04/2010
ADVICE TO ART STUDENTS by Mark Kostabi. "Be better, not bitter.", 09/23/2010
THE AGE OF SEMI- POST- POSTMODERNISM by Ben Davis. An assessment of the state of an unfortunately still-relevant concept., 05/18/2010
Museum shows, April 2010: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dr. Lakra, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Daria Martin, Tara Donovan, 04/01/2010
ARTNET NEWS. Baring it all at MoMA, next week’s art fairs, the Quebec biennial, more., 03/10/2010
THE TONY SHAFRAZI STORY by Lisa Zeitz. Tony Shafrazi talks about Guernica, more., 09/10/2009
CHRIST IN THE CAR by Charlie Finch. The esthetics of the auto in contemporary America., 06/04/2009
ARTNET NEWS. Budget crisis at the Met. Plus, “Pictures” redux, Triple Candie returns, Pam Anderson sex tape represented, and Dia Center comes back (as X), but the Las Vegas Museum closes., 02/26/2009
ARTNET NEWS. KAWS and Kanye, the political art of David Caruso, "Fortis Art Bank" in Asia, Bush wall text under fire, more., 01/13/2009
ARTNET DESIGN. Design Miami news. Plus, participatory jewelry from Ornamentum, Murakami’s hip-hop knuckleduster, Ron Arad at MoMA, more., 11/19/2008
ARTNET DESIGN. Design Miami news. Plus, participatory jewelry from Ornamentum, Murakami’s hip-hop knuckleduster, Ron Arad at MoMA, more., 11/19/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Will Draw Anything for $2! Plus, Avenue mag gets Wendy antiques shows, new curators at Wexner Center, more., 08/12/2008
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Louise Bourgeois, "Dali and Film," "Retrospective" at Gagosian, Sarah Braman, Lower East Side galleries, more., 07/02/2008
LAY YOUR BURDEN DOWN by Charlie Finch. Chris Burden’s What My Dad Gave Me (2008) at Rockefeller Center., 05/28/2008
MISSION ABORTED by Charlie Finch. The nuances of Yale’s Aliza Shvarts controversy., 05/12/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Yale’s abortion art debate. Plus, James Frey as art-world darling, Whitney by Piano, Burden skyscraper for New York, more., 05/02/2008
THE NEW YORK CANON by Jerry Saltz. Thirty years of highs and lows in the New York art world., 04/23/2008
VIDEO RAVE by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, Surveying "California Video" at the Getty Museum., 04/15/2008
Alas and Alack at LACMA by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. The elephant in the room at LACMA’s new Broad Contemporary Art Museum., 02/18/2008
L.A. CONFIDENTIAL by Walter Robinson. Michael Asher at SMMoA, ART LA 2008 and the Los Angeles Art Show, Culver City galleries, more., 01/30/2008
CAN YOU DIG IT? by Jerry Saltz. At Gavin Brown, Urs Fischer takes a jackhammer to Chelsea itself., 12/01/2007
ARTNET NEWS. Fire relief from San Diego museum, more Picasso from Richardson, Turner Prize in Liverpool, cake as art at Performa, more., 10/25/2007
LOS ANGELES COOL by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. Three shows prove that Los Angeles art was hot in the 1960s., 10/15/2007
SHARPSHOOTER by Alexandra Anderson-Spivey. He’s back: Willoughby Sharp in performance, 07/31/2007
NOT BUYING IT by Jerry Saltz. If "Not for Sale" tells us anything, it's that P.S.1 needs to make some changes., 04/30/2007
BROKEN ANGEL by Jerry Saltz. A new exhibition rescues artist Martín Ramirez from his "Outsider" status. Plus, "Positively 27th Street.", 02/20/2007
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Terence Koh, Kembra Pfahler, Bambi the Mermaid, Joe Ovelman, Tony Matelli, Paulina Olowska, Carrie Moyer, Robert Chambers, more., 01/22/2007
ONLY DISCONNECT by Jerry Saltz. Jeffrey Wells and Joe Deutch take us to places on the edge of language that the world can’t strip away., 11/28/2006
NEW YORK HORTICULTURE by Ana Finel Honigman. Gerald Davis, Rob Pruitt, Aaron Young, Dash Snow, Frank Magnotta, Lindsay Brant., 10/03/2006
ARTNET NEWS. Magnet art for Serra sculpture, big themes for fall in NYC, Emin to Venice, Warhol a father? Plus more., 08/29/2006
Artnet News, 01/12/2006