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The Work of Art Reader

From: artfagcity
Sent on: Friday, October 14, 2011 12:07 PM
October 13, 2011

The WANGA Reader

Don't watch Work of Art without our supplemental artist biographies! Enjoy no less than 15 individual cast write ups, complete with work evaluations, career highlights, character assessments, and yes, typecast names. It will transform your viewing experience and probably occupy two hours of your time that might otherwise be put to good use. Also included in this newsletter is our first Work of Art recap. Now you can watch the show, talk about the show, and talk about the talk about the show. Thank God.



AFC’s Work of Art Season Two Supplementary Program Guide

Fame is a fickle food. Despite Bravo’s Work of Art finding certifiable Great Artist™ Abdi Farah no more than twelve months ago, they’re now looking for the next Great Artist™ – of all the nerve! Season 2 of the reality show starts tonight at 9 pm, and our Supplementary Program Guide has all the information you need to- well, to have slightly more information.


Work of Art Episode One: Kitsch or Ditch

Is there anything Bravo could possible do to improve upon Work of Art’s premier season? The mind reals with that thought, but if the first episode is any indication (and it almost never is), Bravo’s challenges may exhibit a little more ingenuity than the previous season. This week’s challenge, transform a “bad” work of art, already raises the bar compared to last year’s middle school portrait assignment. Contestants were invited to chose a work from a room filled with kitschy art, and somehow a ceramic teddy remained on its pedestal. The closing shot for the scene zooms in on the teddy while ominous music plays overhead. Hilarious.

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