Editor James McAnally explores the possibility of a career as an artist outside of an artistic center in this introduction to the St. Louis March Feature.
New World Embassy: Rojava
The Work of the Institution in an Age of Professionalization
Slow Criticism: Art in the Age of Post-Judgement
Movement Building for Beginners
Belaboring the Fringe: in lieu of an Artist Statement
Sustainability is not Solidarity: Superscript & the Economies of Art Writing
Muse as Critic, Returning the Gaze from the Pedestal
No one cares about art criticism: Advocating for an embodiment of the avant garde as an alternative to capitalism
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.
Isamu Noguchi’s omitted architectural treasure in St. Louis and the continuing tension between historic preservation and economic growth…
The last in our series on buzz-genre “Witch House,” this charticle (yes, charticle) proposes speculative relationships between a series of interrelated conceptual pairs that float in, out, through, around and between some of the philosophical and material historical conditions that may have fostered this categorical impulse…