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04.12.14
Art Criticism and Theory
As part of the Southeast College Art Conference, this panel investigates the connection between materiality and digital media in the visual arts. Considering the prevalence of digital technology and the increasing rise in emergent software, the link between visual arts
12.20.13
Art Criticism and Theory
"MY WIVES & I" New York City epitomizes the reconciliation of opposites: Rich and poor, dark and light, or high and low. Boundaries, or geographical, religious, sexual identifications account for the creation of the continents, law and individuality. Nevertheless, they drive
05.23.13
Art Criticism and Theory
I miss blogs. Specifically I miss the early to late 00s when blogging was shiny and new and hopeful. I miss connecting with other artists and arts people. It seemed to shink the artworld in a way, make it seem
09.16.10
Art Criticism and Theory
The first time I saw Barnett Newman's Onement 1 (1948), I voiced in abject perplexity, "what is it?" Little did I know that this was precisely the question Newman wanted me to ask, so he could answer, while stifling a chuckle, "it is...what it is."
11.28.09
Art Criticism and Theory
Cathy Wilkes is an artist from Northern Ireland. She is best known for her sculptural installations which explore the conceptual and emotional resonances of found objects. In 2008 she was nominated for the turner prize and if you follow the link below you
11.27.09
Art Criticism and Theory
Last week New York met two powerhouse week-long event series: Independent Booksellers Week NYC and PERFORMA 09; pedestrian interests and chores distracted me from both and, come Monday, I realized I had not seen any of the previous week's abundant excitements.
11.25.09
Art Criticism and Theory
Continuing on our "Archive" theme... UbuWeb is a great repository for avant-garde materials - writings, soundfiles, etc. Begun by poet Kenneth Goldsmith (very interesting poet I might add!) in 1996 as a site documenting concrete poetry, it has since expanded into
10.26.09
Art Criticism and Theory
by Max
I'm still fuming about this but a little less than ten years ago. From the National Endowment for the Arts website: -May 07, 2009- Washington, D.C. – Today, details of the Fiscal Year 2010 budget request for
10.26.09
Art Criticism and Theory
In the October 8 issue of The New York Review of Books, artist, art historian, and critic Julian Bell offers a sumptuous interpretation of two recent publications on art history and aesthetics, Art Without Borders: A Philosophical Exploration of Art and
10.06.09
Art Criticism and Theory
The first decade of the new millennium has been rich in works of art that are cross disciplinary, forward-thinking yet steeped in the past, and capable of inspiring people to think differently. Here are ten artists whose work exemplifies the
10.01.09
Art Criticism and Theory
Mediums contribute to the rise of social practices that circumscribe them and subsequently foster or frustrate their use. The three concepts below have captured the imagination of luminaries in film, literature, and liberal arts, and illustrate some of the challenges associated
08.15.09
Art Criticism and Theory
Aphasic Letters is a kind of Internet-birthed Pallas Athena. Few of my favorite literary works of the past year or so have not found some relation to Aphasic or its two founders, Danny Snelson and Phoebe Springstubb. Nurtured by the Internet's wealth
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