The ability to record (and, if I want, to immediately publicly post) initiates a new way of looking: instances that would be overlooked can now be looked back on.
Tag Archives: Roland Barthes
Bethany Cluff considers the representation of the artist through depictions of the artist studio throughout history.
Like many critics, Schjeldahl positions groups like Chicago’s Hairy Who or the Bay Area’s Funk Artists in relation—specifically, in opposition—to their New York contemporaries. Such a positioning, however, is delicate…