Every here and there, Printer Fault Press invites artists, writers, curators, bookshop owners and any others to contribute to the
section of the website in the form of a running text. Between these interventions, Printer Fault will also post carefully selected Artnet News headlines.
24th July – 9th August 2023
Annie Armstrong (Artnet News) says:
MoMA Curator Is the Victim of a Terrifying Shark Attack, Larry Gagosian Gets Lasik, and More Juicy Art World Gossip.
5th May 2022 – 23rd July 2023
Clément Cadou, writer, said:
I unsuccessfully tried being more furniture, but even that was not granted to me. So during all my life I have been a single piece of furniture, which, after all, is no small thing when you think that everything else is silence.
16th - 30th July 2021
Alex Thake, artist, said:
You can tell me all about the dream, and every time I lift your dreaming arm - you can have another dream.
9th - 25th October 2020
Lisa Gomes, Librarian at the Goethe University Frankfurt, said:
I read and read and read and read and read and then what.
26th September - 8th October 2020
Rosa Schwarzer, Museum Guard at the Kunstsammlung Düsseldorf, said:
After all these years sitting on a chair contemplating paintings by Paul Klee, I feel like I can say that the Swiss artist was highly overrated.
5th - 25th September 2020
Naomi Rea (Artnet News) said:
The UK Has Extended the Deadline to Register Under Its New Anti-Money Laundering Rules, Giving Art Dealers a Welcome 5 Months’ Reprieve.
7th - 14th May 2020
John Forest, Photographer, said:
According to Harmony Korine, G.G. Allin voted for Jimmy Carter.
April 30th - May 6th 2020
Nate Freeman (Artnet News) said:
The Art Market Is Hoping a Crush of Post-Lockdown Art Fairs Will Come to the Rescue This Fall. But Many Collectors Say They Won’t Go.