Straight White Men at The Public Theater in New York is a muddled representation of, well, straight white men by promising playwright Young Jean Lee.
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Netta Sadovsky surveys the recent Open Engagement Conference, which took place on May 16-18th, 2014 at the Queens Museum.
The two day conference “What Now? Collaboration and Collectivity” at The New School attempted to tackle dilemmas of institutionalization and explore alternative models for art collectives and organizations.
Netta Sadovsky reviews Craig Wedderspoon’s ‘biotextural’ forms currently on view at Good Citizen in St. Louis.
Netta Sadovsky writes that pop-up shows, temporary convergences of artists, communities, and unusual spaces, are on the rise in St. Louis.
“Your Silence Speaks Volumes,” a collaborative exhibition by Gaucha Berlin and Langley, unites the artists’ distinctive aesthetics in the “illusion of an isolated space.”
“Analogue,” the new show at The Luminary Center for the Arts, calls attention to unattractive repercussions of progress with a Coke bottle filled with motor oil and shopping carts stuffed high with hollow space-filling structures.
I recommend going alone to the new Craft Alliance on Grand, where recent MFA graduate Kristin Fleischmann’s work reflects upon what it means to feel united with something…and to feel apart.