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An art blog is a common type of blog that comments on art.wikipedia
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An art blog is a common type of blog that comments on art.
Most blogs are primarily textual, although some focus on art (art blogs), photographs (photoblogs), videos (video blogs or "vlogs"), music (MP3 blogs), and audio (podcasts).

Brian Sherwin

In 2011, art critic Brian Sherwin interviewed art critic Mat Gleason of Coagula Art Journal for Faso.com's FineArtViews blog.
The interview between Sherwin and Gleason focused on contemporary art criticism and the role of art blog’s in present day art criticism among other issues.

Paddy Johnson

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''Art F City'" founded by Paddy Johnson, this officially non-profit art blog covers new art in New York. At the NYTimes, Holland Cotter named AFC as a blog that "combines criticism, reporting, political activism and gossip on an almost-24-hour news cycle."
Johnson is the founder and editor of the art blog Art F City (formerly called Art Fag City).

Jeff Jahn

PORT, co-founded in 2005 by Jennifer Armbrust and Jeff Jahn (who still maintains the site) PORT focuses on critical content related to the Portland art scene. PORT describes itself as "dedicated to catalyzing critical discussion and disseminating information about art as lensed through Portland, Oregon." In the November 2007 Art in America roundtable Plagens described PORT as, "the closest thing to the virtues (paid critics, office help, etc.) of a print art magazine on the Internet...." In 2007 Tyler Green described PORT as, "The undisputed champ of the regional art blogs." on Off Center, the Walker Art Center's blog.
In 2005, he co-founded PORT, a noted visual art blog.

Coagula Art Journal

In 2011, art critic Brian Sherwin interviewed art critic Mat Gleason of Coagula Art Journal for Faso.com's FineArtViews blog.

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The interview between Sherwin and Gleason focused on contemporary art criticism and the role of art blog’s in present-day art criticism among other issues.

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The interview between Sherwin and Gleason focused on contemporary art criticism and the role of art blog’s in present-day art criticism among other issues.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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On January 8, 2009, Regina Hackett, art critic of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, noted in her article Art Blogs Hit Wikipedia that commercially run, mainstream media supported, art blogs face issues of acceptance among the independent art blogging community.

The Village Voice

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On January 7, 2009, The Village Voice art critic Martha Schwendener suggests that art blogs have helped shape a more laissez-faire climate for art writing.

The Brooklyn Rail

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In September 2008, the Brooklyn Rail contributor James Kalm produced an article titled "Virtually Overwhelmed.".

Loren Munk

In September 2008, the Brooklyn Rail contributor James Kalm produced an article titled "Virtually Overwhelmed.".

Art in America

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In the November 2007 issue of Art in America, Peter Plagens contributed "Report from the Blogosphere: The New Grass Roots."

Peter Plagens

In the November 2007 issue of Art in America, Peter Plagens contributed "Report from the Blogosphere: The New Grass Roots."

Maurice Benayoun

The Dump
In December 2008, the art blog The Dump, where the new-media artist Maurice Benayoun dumped hundreds of undone art projects, was the first to become a doctorate thesis in art and art science in and of itself: Artistic Intentions at Work, Hypothesis for Committing Art Université Pantheon Sorbonne (December 6, 2008)

Hubertus von Amelunxen

Jury : Prof. Hubertus von Amelunxen, Louis Bec, artist, Prof. Derrick de Kerckhove, and Prof. Jean da Silva.

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Jury : Prof. Hubertus von Amelunxen, Louis Bec, artist, Prof. Derrick de Kerckhove, and Prof. Jean da Silva.

Gdańsk

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In May 2010, The Dump – Recycling of Thoughts, a contemporary art exhibition curated by Agnieszka Kulazińska at Laznia Art Center (Gdańsk, Poland) presented 9 artists whose works were derived from The Dump blog project list.

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In May 2010, The Dump – Recycling of Thoughts, a contemporary art exhibition curated by Agnieszka Kulazińska at Laznia Art Center (Gdańsk, Poland) presented 9 artists whose works were derived from The Dump blog project list.

Courtauld Institute of Art

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The Courtauld Institute of Art, in London, maintains a list of recommended art blogs

Mira Schor

A Year of Positive Thinking
A Year of Positive Thinking is published by artist and activist Mira Schor, "a cheerful postscript" to her book of essays on art, culture and politics called A Decade of Negative Thinking.

Hyperallergic

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Hyperallergic, founded by the art critic Hrag Vartanian and his husband Veken Gueyikian in October 2009. The site describes itself as a "forum for serious, playful and radical thinking."

Joy Garnett

NEWSgrist, maintained by artist Joy Garnett, began in March 2000 as an e-zine devoted to the politics of art and culture in the digital age. For four years it was distributed entirely by email subscription.

Tyler Green (journalist)

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PORT, co-founded in 2005 by Jennifer Armbrust and Jeff Jahn (who still maintains the site) PORT focuses on critical content related to the Portland art scene. PORT describes itself as "dedicated to catalyzing critical discussion and disseminating information about art as lensed through Portland, Oregon." In the November 2007 Art in America roundtable Plagens described PORT as, "the closest thing to the virtues (paid critics, office help, etc.) of a print art magazine on the Internet...." In 2007 Tyler Green described PORT as, "The undisputed champ of the regional art blogs." on Off Center, the Walker Art Center's blog.

Two Coats of Paint

Sharon Butler
Two Coats of Paint, founded by Sharon Butler in 2007, is dedicated to contemporary painting and related subjects. Received a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writing Grant in 2013-14.

Wooster Collective

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Wooster Collective was founded in 2001. This site focuses on ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world. Updated by Marc and Sara Schiller, the site also offers podcasting with music and interviews featuring street artists.