In our special sizzling Pride Month edition, we discuss hotties, thotties, and not-ties. Amir hits us with his review of the much-buzzed-about Hulu film, Fire Island. Meanwhile, Przemek claws his way out of a bone-dry Belgian sauna and gives us his take on this summer’s tent pole pic, Top Gun: Maverick. To close, we make a thigh-gap lap around a few notable New York exhibitions.
We’re finally back and packed with more shows, more reviews, and more gossip than ever! In this sizzling episode, Amir visits the Shed to see what’s hot and what’s not at Frieze New York, and then takes a couple of art newbies up the Hudson to Beacon, NY. Meanwhile, Przemek makes it through a cloud of Berlin second-hand smoke and reviews a day of eating and art viewing around town.
After emerging from the backroom at Men’s Warehouse, Amir makes controversial comments about the Broadway icon, Patty “Karen” LuPone. Meanwhile, Przemek recounts his exploits in the sexy suburbs of Stuttgart, the mehness of Berlin Gallery Weekend, and the one show worth seeing. The th0ts then finally get on topic and discuss boring ass art, Manhattan Art Review’s take on the Whitney Biennial, and more!
After a long Covid-induced delay, we’re back, and so is the 2022 Whitney Biennial! We take a peek to find out if the metallic outfit she wears in the Bodyguard made the cut, whether painting is hot or not, and which obvious notes are repeatedly hit throughout that rusting ship on the banks of the Hudson. Meanwhile, we swoop down to the Lower East Side and take a look at our very own show that just opened at Fierman, and catch up on some of the other events around New York City.
Reporting live from Armonk, New York and Sandomierz, Poland, this is Thots on Art Now, the No More Biennials Report. We’re in the studio with noted artist and very special correspondent, Jordan Nassar, who joins us to discuss ~the Vibe Shit, the boundaries of art, the saturation of biennials, our ol’ Berlin days, and more!
Fresh out of customs, Przemek has popped into the World Famous borough of Brooklyn for some scalding hot gossip! We take a sneak peek at the upcoming Whitney Biennial, the Venice Biennale, and a plagiarism scandal that’s been burning up social media all this week!
We’re back, and we made it in time for the juiciest art world story in years! Tune in for predatory purchases, fake buyers, actual receipts, litigation, thirst, and questionable sartorial choices in this very special episode! And in our World Famous Hot Topics segment, we discuss Woody Allen’s daughter working in the art world, market bubbles, and more!
Blessed and energized by the release of Emily in Paris season 2, we’re ready to go into 2022 in high gear! But first, we take a look at some of the art world controversies of 2021, including Hunter Biden’s paintings, the constantly speculated obsolescence of art fairs, art world scammers, art restitution, museum vaccine mandates, and more!
And just like that… we’re back and we made it past the previous episode! In one of our most thot provoking episodes yet, we discuss the new West Side Story, the Sex and the City reboot, House of Gucci, and take a look at some questionable writing on Oscar Murillo and O’Flaherty’s.
It’s time to make the Sufganyot! Whip that Menorah out, because another Festival of Slights is here. After a brief hiatus, the th0ts are back and as clueless as ever, especially when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Diane Keaton, Tick Tick Boom, and more. Meanwhile, Amir takes art newbies to MoMA for the first time, leading to much-expected results.