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Well Now WTF? co-curated by Faith Holland, Lorna mills and Wade Wallerstein

Exhibition design by Kelani Nichole

Daniel Penny, “Well Now WTF?: In a Maximalist Online Exhibition, New Media Artists Explore the GIF,” 4 Columns, June 12

Jillian Steinhauer, “Virtual Galleries: Well Now WTF?,” The New York Times, May 15

Johanna Fateman, “Well Now WTF?,” The New Yorker, May 15

Angel Callander, “Well Now WTF?,” Canadian Art, May 5

May Diary: Online Events & Exhibitions,” It’s Nice That, May 1

Kentaro Takaoka, “Online art is in progress. Can ‘net art’ be revived in a pandemic?,” Bound Baw, April 30

Laura Feinstein, “Are Digital Galleries Here to Stay?,” A/D/O, April 29

A. Michailidis, “Artzóna special: Culture in Times of Need,” Česká televize, April 28

Alexandra Marraccini, “WellNow.WTF,” Bilderfahrzeuge, April 27
Katherine Ho, “#VogueAtHome: 12 Digital Art Shows,” Vogue Hong Kong, April 25

Juan Losa, “Fascismo balompédico, museo del GIF y otras propuestas para hacer frente al aislamiento,” Público, April 24

Ashleigh Kane, “12 digital art shows that you don’t need to leave the house for,Dazed Digital, April 23

Annette Hoffman, “Net art has always been critical,” Artline, April 23

“What cultural plans can I make today at home?” El País, April 22

Nina Berman, “Virtual Art Shows and Performances: Advice from a Multimedia Artist,” Fractured Atlas, April 22

Molly Soda’s Tour of Tumblr,Timeout London, April 22

Jessie Schiewe, “Bored in Quarantine? Visit this Online Art Exhibit,OK Whatever, April 21

Spotlight: Silicon Valet,” LVL 3, April 21

Lily Shykoff, “COVID Culture,Cult MTL, April 20

Carolina Miranda, “Essential Arts,” LA Times, April 18

Paddy Johnson, “Online GIF show Well Now WTF is a strong start for a net art revival,” The Art Newspaper, April 17

Kim Neudorf, “Well Now WTF? – Online Exhibition,” Akimbo, April 17

Benoit Palop, “Well Now WTF!,” Point Contemporain, April 17

Ellinor Landmann, “The internet should again be a playground for creativity,” Radio SRF 2 Kultur, April 16

Well Now WTF?,” AntiMateria, April 16

Clara Tang, “Digital FOMO: What about digital experience in art?,” Gallery Talk, April 15

Chloë Diamond, Serena Tabacchi and Stina Gustafsson, “When Museums Reopen, Will Their Form and Function Have Changed?,” The Observer, April 12

Five Essential Online Viewing Rooms,” Arcade Project Zine, April 10

Well Now WTF?,” Arshake, April 8

An art exhibit made for quarantine questions, 'Well Now WTF?',” Unagi, April 6

Leah Sandals, “Well Now WTF?Canadian Art, April 4

Leah Collins, “This art show was made for the internet, and it's answering our most burning question: Well Now WTF?,” CBC Arts, April 3

José Luis Montemayor, “Well Now WTF, the new virtual art space,” Hora Cero, April 4

John L Tran, “Japan’s art institutions struggle to cope with the COVID-19 crisis,” The Japan Times, April 1

Tina Rivers Ryan, “No Fun,” Artforum, March 30

From the Gallery to the Couch: How Exhibitions Have Gone Digital,” Elephant Magazine, March 27

Angel Callander, Lindsay Nixon, Leah Sandals, Joy Xiang and Jayne Wilkinson, “Art for Strange Times,” Canadian Art, March 26

Safe at home streaming: Here are some initiatives for keeping occupied in self-isolation from across our community,” AQNB, March 26

 

 


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