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Bravo cancels Work of Art, but it may live on to ejaculate all over the art world

Bravo’s Work of Art has been cancelled after two seasons, but there’s hope that it may live on to poop on and ejaculate all over the art world. The cancellation is disappointing: While the show wasn’t perfect–its judging was deeply flawed–it was a fresh competition with interesting contestants (even the Sucklord) who produced visually engaging …

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How to fix Work of Art: replace the judges with auctions conducted by Simon de Pury

Bravo’s reality competition Work of Art should work better than most talent-based competitions. That’s because, unlike Top Chef, we can watch the construction from something to nothing and, with some exceptions, judge the final product ourselves. We don’t have to rely on judges to tell us how something tastes; we can just look, as we …

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Sucklord wishes his final Work of Art had been a “gigantic fuck you” with “Fuck Jerry Saltz”

Work of Art has been decent this season, although its judges still suck and drag the show down at its conclusion every week. One of the best contestants this season was Morgan Phillips, AKA the Sucklord, but not necessarily because of his art: it was because he was willing to challenge the judges on their …

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Bravo’s great Work of Art renewed

Bravo’s competition series Work of Art has just been renewed for a second season. The show, produced by Magical Elves and Sarah Jessica Parker, was the network’s best competition since Top Chef, and began second-season casting in August. It will return sometime next year. Bravo president Frances Berwick told New York magazine that they’re currently …

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