Has economics become the dominant mode of artistic action of our time? From Sotheby's and e-flux, to W.A.G.E. and Free Cooper Union, the market, protest movements, and the model of the artist-as-entrepreneur threatens to overwhelm art’s social and aesthetic aims.
We spoke with MINT founder and new owner of Young Blood Boutique, Erica Jamison, about recently announced plans for the two Atlanta galleries.
The Object Group is an Atlanta-based ensemble devising interactive performance installations starting from resonant objects manipulated in space.
Eyebeam is a long-standing artist-run gallery and performance booking organization that works with spaces across Atlanta.
Starting off our feature on Atlanta is a profile on regional partner WonderRoot.
The beginning of the year is a time for manifestoes. We look back at 2012 and sketch out what is ahead in our year in review.
James McAnally speaks with Tricia Khutoretsky, the Director and Curator of new Minneapolis gallery space Public Functionary, about the gallery's vision of socially-engaged exhibitions that extend beyond the gallery.
This isn't the piece I would want to write, but somewhere there has to be a wager made that perhaps there is a failure on the part of art writers to develop language to address something with a vision alterior to their own.