Volume 17 Issue 11

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Vice Comics

Zoophilian Lonelyness
Antoine Orand
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The 90s Were Intense

I first saw Marlene McCarty’s artwork in the late 90s. She made a series of huge portraits of teenage girls who had killed their mothers, accompanied by captions describing the murders in grisly detail. The girls were drawn painstakingly with no...
Amy Kellner
11.1.10
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Employee Of The Month

Vice: Hi Rob, guess what? You’re our employee of the month! Rob Pruitt: [laughs] I’m so honored. I haven’t the slightest idea how it happened. I thought my enormous number of coffee breaks might have disqualified me
VICE Staff
11.1.10
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Erotic Art Collecting Squirrel

Every time I buy erotic art, my arch-enemy erotic art collecting squirrel steals it!
Johnny Ryan
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Marina AbramoviĆ

Marina Abramović was recovering from her MoMA retrospective, “The Artist Is Present,” when we visited her at her home in upstate New York this past summer
Jesse Pearson, Richard Kern
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God Is Pissing From A Great Height

A couple of months ago I walked into the Wilkinson Gallery in London, expecting to potter around as usual, rubbing my chin at mediocre art as if I was definitely going to buy a piece for five trillion pounds.
Milène Larsson, Jonnie Craig
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Sara-vide Ericson

Sara-Vide Ericson graduated from Sweden’s Royal Institute of Art last year and has already been picked up by the prestigious Galleri Magnus Karlsson, where she recently exhibited her first solo show.
Kristian Bengtsson
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Bright Lights

FUCK THIS LIFE
Ryan McGinley
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Jack Kirby In The Valley

When he first settled in Southern California in 1969, Jack Kirby was kept up at night by hippie bikers circling the hillside on which his ranch-style home was perched.
Dan Nadel
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Hermann Nitsch

On first viewing the work of Hermann Nitsch, the uninitiated may wonder whether he’s a murderous psychopath who conned the art world into funding satanic rites and blood-drenched bacchanalia. The reality is that Nitsch is the scraggly-bearded...
Jonas Vogt, Alexander Nussbaumer
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Shamim Momin

After 12 years as a curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where she co-curated the 2004 and 2008 Biennials, Shamim Momin packed up and moved to the other side of the country.
Amy Kellner, Kristian Bengtsson
11.1.10
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Bob Nickas

Disclosure City: Bob Nickas was my boss at index magazine from 1999 to 2001. We’ve remained close friends since then. I thought about recusing myself from writing an intro here because this is basically a long interview with a friend. But...
Jesse Pearson, Slava Mogutin
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