Category Archives: curating
According to an interview between Francesco Bonami and Hans Ulrich Obrist in TAR MAGAZINE, Bonami claims that the younger curator has published over 300 books, is addicted to drinking dozens of espressos per day, and hates standing. I think I’m … Continue reading →
Excerpt from an upcoming essay for mnartists.org that includes a short interview with the curator Sid Sachs, Director of the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia: Q: Why do you think there’s so much interest right … Continue reading →
I N D U L G E N C E S Jesse Butcher, Jill Frank, Jaime Lynn Henderson, Tibi Tibi Neuspiel, Corkey Sinks, Casey Jex Smith Goffo at NEXT Invitational Exhibition of Emerging Art The Merchandise Mart, 7th Floor, Booth … Continue reading →
Historical exhibitions maintain a difficult balance between serving an archival purpose and presenting an aesthetic experience. The prior requires a lot of reading in addition to viewing an artwork, an artwork that in many cases of contemporary art are ephemeral … Continue reading →
I have been writing too many art reviews (four in one month), writing proposals, and trying to figure out where I’m moving next, but I promise to post more soon. I’m like a fireball covered with ice right now.
I rashly decided this morning that my poppy pink nails were not fitting of my winter demeanor and over lunch, I painted my nails matte gray. Maybe when the weather is warmer, I will go back to pink. However, curators … Continue reading →