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Bravo’s Work of Art: Episode 2 Recap

In a special series of posts, Wesley Miller watches Bravo’s Work of Art: The Next Great Artist, frame by frame, and attempts to uncover what it all means through the medium of animated GIFs. This is his journey. — Ed.

GIF wall after the jump (images will take time to load).

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Wesley Miller is the associate curator at ART21. Miller co-curates the television series Art in the Twenty-First Century. He is also co-creator of the series New York Close Up.
  1. Brigid says:

    Great post. I selected many of the same moments for the photos in my own blog re-cap of the show. I think my favorite moment is Miles struggling with compulsion to call out Trong’s piece and of course ultimately giving in and delivering that unforgettable criticism. Distractingly boring was a perfect label and is also now my new favorite description.

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  2. Wesley, These are GREAT! As you can see by the final image of me drawing… I lost because… well, I took too long to play this card, but…. “I’m not left-handed!!!”:-)… By the way, can you please refer to “Who’s Tom Friedman” as “WTF” from now on please?:-) Also, Jeanne and I have the same bangs…

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    Wesley Miller Reply:

    thanks trong…been enjoying your “only off bravo” recaps. here’s a GIF for you (as requested):
    http://blog.art21.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/WoA-ep2_jerry-wtfriedman.gif

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