Organized by Colleen Asper and Jennifer Dudley, Ad Hoc Vox is an ongoing series of discussions and events without a fixed location that addresses a wide range of issues in contemporary art.
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Elwyn Plamerton discusses his recent exhibition, “The Laughing Dough,” at SouthFirst Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.
Ben Bunch discusses his handcrafted foam and paper sculptures now on view at The Proposition.
Claire Fontaine is at once the contemporary every-artist and a non-existent fictional subject. She enters object-oriented contemporary practices incognito not only to symptomize our current political conditions but also to challenge ideas of art’s capacity for social change.
The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Renia Sofia in Madrid is the controversial home of Picasso’s “Guernica.” Controversial, because Picasso asked in his will that the painting be housed at the Prado, but at the smaller Renia Sophia “Guernica” lords over the rest of the collection like a fat black…
Selecting residencies, fellowships, grants, and opportunities to apply to can involve research, past experience, word of mouth, and hefty a dose of intuition. Yet artists accrue unpaid hours at their own risk with every submission…