We’re a bit late to this, but over at The New Yorker critic Andrea K. Scott directs us to a stunning iPad-only exhibition newly out by Paul Chan. Yes the two-dimensional works available in “How To Download A Boyfriend” exist only in the file you download, published by Mr. Chan’s Badlands Unlimited imprint, and come from a number of impressive artists.
Here’s the complete artist list:
Artists in HTDAB: AA Bronson and Ryan Brewer, Alan Schaffer, A.E. Benenson, Ann Hirsch, Antoine Catala and Margaret Lee, Arend DeGruyter-Helfer, Ben Schumacher, Billy Rennekamp, Brenna Murphy, Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff, Cara Benedetto, Chris Collins, Christian de Vietri, Clayton Deutsch, Cory Arcangel, Dani Leventhal, Daniel Chew, Daniel Leyva, David OReilly, Ei Arakawa, Elliott Wright, Georgia Sagri, Hayley Silverman, Ian Cheng, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Josh Kline, Katja Novitskova, Kyunghee Jwa, Martine Syms, Matthew Raviotta, Meghan Radju, Micaela Durand, Michelle Ceja, Nick DeMarco, Paul Chan, Peggy Ahwesh, Petra Cortright, Rachel Rose, Sam Pulitzer, Sarah Chow, Scott Keightley, Timur Si-Qin, Thomas Bayrle, Tony Conrad, Travess Smalley, Travis Hallenbeck, Veronica So
Up next from Mr. Chan? A book of essays by Saddam Hussein, published by Badlands and the Deste Foundation for Contemporary Art.