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…
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It’s no coincidence that most artist-muse relationships do not just fall along lines of gender but also intersections of race and class, black art critics and historians have a responsibility to rescue black muses from erasure.
In the latest Futures, Genevieve Quick addresses the need to reassess how we educate art writers and support new and alternative media in art writing.
Leslie Hewitt knows how to do subtle. Such attention to detail offers clarity in some space between photography, film, history, and sculpture.
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…
I recently sat down at the Scottish Arms for a conversation with Dominic Molon, the newly installed Chief Curator at CAMSTL, to discuss his recent move from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago (MCA), the mythology that develops around curators and, of course, the Velvet Underground.