Category Archives: (slide) comparisons
Although Robert Morris is known for his “corner pieces”and for his felt works (arguably, he’s also known for many, many other things in the art world), his experiments in anti-form sometimes resulted in small-scale objects like Wax Brain (1963), which … Continue reading
Another guest post from the Gallerina with a Heart of Gold: There’s a thin line between being a sleazy photographer (Terry Richardson) and a hotographer. What makes photographers sexier than other artists at work today, particularly in our post-medium environment? … Continue reading
Instead of reclaiming the commodity as a gesture towards the personal and specific or altering it into an absurd hyperbole, once these artists intervene with a pre-made cultural object, the works just break, like a hot glass shattering onto itself. … Continue reading
I can’t wait for someone to write that “Matthew Day Jackson has an Urban Outfitters aesthetic” or “Urban Outfitters has a Matthew Day Jackson aesthetic.” Either one works for me.