Art in America – New York’s Satellite Fairs: Bling, String, and Subversive Things

From the Art In America website:

Brazen critics of the art establishment William Powhida and Steve Lambert dominated the booth for the Charlie James Gallery (Los Angeles). Perhaps best known for “The Special Edition” (2008), a 14-page fake New York Times newspaper heralding the end of the Iraq War, Lambert's high-watt, blinking signage singed messages such as “Money Laundered” and “Invisible” into your field of vision, even after looking away.

via New York’s Satellite Fairs: Bling, String, and Subversive Things – News – News & Opinion – Art in America.