In the year 2013, the League Of F.A.M.E.© (Fantasy Art Market Enthusiasts) was born. Nine team owners were gathered together for a “draft” where each team chose 10 artists for their roster. Controversy, jeers, gasps and gulps ensued. Jay Z was turned away via league vote, George W. Bush was bumped for spite, and Banksy was a late round steal. Hot dogs were served.More
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Fans and players of the League Of F.A.M.E.©, the final counts are in! Week 4 (blog week) was an absolute barn burner, and its influence on the final standings was paramount. That said, we would like to invite you to The League of F.A.M.E.© Awards Ceremony. There you can experience the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, and of course the hu... More
We are in the final week of the League Of F.A.M.E.© The category was revealed via video post from a donut shop that also had bananas, just a few short days ago. We will be scouring four contemporary art blogs over a 9 day span (October 20th-29th). Points are accrued via name mentions and image use. The team who accrues the most will score 45 F.A.M.E. points for the week, 2nd place scores 40 F.A.M.E. points, and so on. Below are the teams and their starting rosters for the week. It’s the League Of F.A.M.E.©!!!
Week 2 of the League of F.A.M.E.© is upon us! The video link below reveals the category that will be used for scoring.
Stay tuned tomorrow when we will show you each team’s starting roster, including any moves they made for this week (#hashtag week).
Note: each # is counted as one per source URL. The winner of the week will receive 45 points... More
The League of F.A.M.E. draft night was a big hit! There were controversial picks resulting in league-wide votes. There were cheers, there were jeers, and plenty of beers. It all started with the owners choosing their team names. And without further adieu here they are in the order of their draft position:
You may have missed the Art Publishing Now summit and fair at Southern Exposure this month, but you can still get an overview of publishing activity in the SF Bay Area. These one- to two-minute videos offer capsule introductions to a handful (15) of the people behind the print (or web) in the SF Bay Area. Two longer conversations recorded before the event, with Stretcher and Art Practical, are included at the end. For more information on the weekend, or to visit the archives, click over to the APN website.More
The Psycho Buildings: Artists take on architecture exhibit at the Hayward, 2008
Our urban practice began with the tentative exploration of the social dynamics of some of San Francisco’s endogenous niche spaces, starting with the undervalued real-estate of the parking space. Anticpating punitive feedback from City authorities we were instead m... More