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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

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interview preview

Excerpt from an upcoming essay for 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

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visit me at NEXT

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

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two types of museums

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

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sorry for the interruptions!

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.

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so much for springtime

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

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