A member of the legendary Cahiers quintet, Jacques Rivette was a critic before a filmmaker. Reading his early criticism, though, it’s clear he thought in images from the start, even in words, emphasizing closed complex circuits of mise-en-scene, the better to form meaning. However, he trains one ey
Justine Kurland's photographs are about adolescence, awkwardness, girls, the American landscape, secrets, and quiet, private dreams of community that hide behind tough exteriors and blank faces. Relatively large-scale, and often theatrically staged, Kurland's images position their subjects hanging ou
I am all about Art 2.0 which is really about applying the principles of Web 2.0, Stuckism and Kitsch( see Nerdrum) in a creative formula. The "2.0-ness" is not something new, but rather a fuller realization of the true potential of Art.