Most art sucks: five years of Coagula

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Smart Art Press, 1998 - Art - 198 pages
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Dubbed "the National Enquirer of the Art World" by the New York Post, Coagula stands alone among art publications in providing iconoclastic, irreverent commentary, gossip, and reportage on the New York and Los Angeles art scenes. Both greatly loved and vehemently loathed, Coagula has been a magnet for controversy since its inception. Most Art Sucks is a compendium of the best of Coagula Art Journal, as well as insider dirt on the art world elite. Included are essays on artists such as Gilbert & George, Lari Pittman, and Carolee Schneeman; interviews with Karen Finley, Newsweek's Peter Plagens, and MoMA's Robert Storr; and infamous satires of art world pretensions.

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The Los Angeles-based 'zine Coagula has made its mark by publishing the kind of rumor and invective that art scenesters trade in smokey bars after a night of gallery hopping--but not the kind of thing ... Read full review

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