All posts by Laura Elizabeth Shea
Looking at you from across the room with suspicion: A Conversation between Andrea Barone and Laura Elizabeth Shea
Laura Shea and Andrea Barone discuss the personal and institutional disconnect between how art historians and artists are trained to talk about and experience art in academia.
Leslie Hewitt knows how to do subtle. Such attention to detail offers clarity in some space between photography, film, history, and sculpture.
Keith Mosier’s first show at PHD gallery presents the stark beauty of the Miami Art Deco District’s historic hotels.
Takashi Horisaki’s installation is physically made up of colored latex casts of items people hold dear, but is essentially made up of the much more braving stuff of community stories.
“Camp Out,” at Laumeier Sculpture Park through September 16, asks what is a house, what is a home, and what it is exactly that we need to feel settled in one.
Laura Elizabeth Barone surveys the 2012 Great Rivers Biennial, which provides 3 emerging and midcareer artists significant financial awards and a collaborative exhibition at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Larry Krone takes the intimate and everyday and makes it present and teeming with energy, writes Laura Elizabeth Barone.