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Cojo Art Juggernaut

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Artiholics, Art Sucks, and the soon to be launched podcast Artist In Repose, Cojo "Art Juggernaut" (Colin C. Jorgensen) is a NYC based artist, art writer, and occasional photographer.

September, 2014

  • 30 September

    The Madness of Art: Episode (029) Slaughter On 10th Avenue

    EPISODE 029: “Slaughter On 10th Avenue”: Jim visits Tom Slaughter’s studio to get him to sign up with the gallery. Jim learns that trying to charm an artist when you don’t “get” any of their work, makes it hard to “get” them to sign with you – no matter how …

  • 16 September

    Artiholics Tourist Guide: New York City’s Top 40 Art Museums

    New York – Tuesday, September 16, 2014 New York City is the capital of the art world, but if you aren’t an artist or an art collector, the idea of leaving your comfort zone and going out to see some art might seem a bit overwhelming. If you are a …

  • 9 September

    The Madness of Art: Episode (027) The Art Handler

    EPISODE 027: “The Art Handler”: The Rauschenberg cardboards are coming down and MoMA bought the Rauschenberg Box! Now it’s time to find a professional art handler to get it to them. Time to interview a new round of interns and office managers with art packing experience. Artiholics is proud to …

August, 2014

  • 19 August

    The Madness of Art: Episode (024) The Boondoggle

    EPISODE 024: “The Boondoggle”: Jim is at a protest for the wrong cause. Jim gets used to his new intimidating office. The gallery excitedly anticipates a visit from the curator of Jersey City Museum, it’s a boondoggle… or isn’t it? Jim and Dru can’t wait to talk to meet him, …

  • 12 August

    The Madness of Art: Episode (023) Bite The Hand

    EPISODE 023: “Bite The Hand”: A trip to the Armory Show gets Jim gets into a slapping frenzy after watching a video of a Marina Abramovic performance piece. A visit to Charlie Hewitt’S studio, with a Daniel Murphy painting with art supplies purchased at A&P? How much is that work …