This last spring, Hyperallergic launched a new series of talks in which leaders from the NY art world discuss their creative projects and endeavors in an open dialogue with readers. The series has so far included:
- Klaus Biesenbach, Director of MoMA PS1, and Chief Curator at large at The Museum of Modern Art
- AA Bronson, co-founder of General Idea, and artist Carlos Motta
- RoseLee Goldberg, Founder & Director of Performa, and author of Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present
Klaus Biesenbach discussed Expo 1: New York, an exhibition that was largely a response to the devastating events of Hurricane Sandy. Artists AA Bronson and Carlos Motta presented on ‘The Body, Spirit, Sex, Community, Magic and the Other’. The pair discussed the role of eroticism and sensuality in art, with Bronson modestly ruminating on the fact that his practice continues to inspire successive generations of artists. At the most recent talk, RoseLee Goldberg, discussed her passion for performance art, discussing both its history and evolution.
Held at The Bedford in Williamsburg, the reaction to the series was overwhelming, with tickets to all three events sold out in advance. The event hashtag #ArtTalk invited it’s share of praise and humor. Following the popular success of Art Talk, Hyperallergic plans to continue and expand the series. So stay tuned for further announcements!
The Fox is Black is a Los Angeles based art and design blog that seeks to discover and share the most interesting and inspiring parts of contemporary life and culture. The site was founded by Bobby Solomon in April of 2007 as a way of sharing ideas that range from design and culture, to music and film. The site is perhaps best known for The Desktop Wallpaper Project, a weekly showcase of work by artists and designers that are free for readers to download.
In 2011 The Fox is Black was named as Best Highbrow Arts Blog in Los Angeles by LA Weekly and Complex included the site in their 25 Most Follow Art Twitter Accounts.
The Fox is Black is a welcome addition to the Nectar Ads network. After a beautiful recent redesign, we’re excited to see how the site develops and expands over the coming months.
We’d like to congratulate Colossal, winner of the Best Arts Coverage category at the Utne Media Awards! Utne Reader has been publishing for 24 years and functions as a guide to the alternative and independent press.
There were 36 nominees for the 2013 season. The winners in each category were announced at the Magazine Publishers of America’s Independent Magazine Media Conference in New Orleans in May and published in Utne’s July/August 2013 issue.
Econsultancy, a leading resource for digital marketing and ecommerce, recently featured Nectar Ads as one of five “newly emergent models of revenue generation being pursued by [digital media] organizations.”
We joined the elite company of the New York Times, Vice magazine, crowd-produced news aggregator Hacker News Monthly and PDF-based publication The New Inquiry in their post.
This is what blogger Sam Dwyer had to say about Nectar:
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Nectar Ads is an online advertising network that specializes in the visual arts, and works almost exclusively with New York City based open-access art blogs, such as Hyperallergic, Colossal, Art Fag City, Two Coats of Paint, and Rhizome, which is affiliated with the New Museum.
Working with these blogs, Nectar has a acquired a “Highly Targeted & Influential Audience” that it connects to “Well Vetted and Curated Sponsors.” That is to say, not every advertiser is welcomed, in order to preserve the credibility of the participating publications.
We’re so happy to be part of the new breed of marketing companies exploring the burgeoning field of online advertising and ensuring that online publications can continue to do what they do best, publishing great content.
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