Anya Ventura advocates for slowing down art criticism with language as intricate as looking in this new essay opening up our feature on alternate times in the art world.
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ENTER Choir, Chelsea, Lamo, Francis and circle center stage. The circle is a ritual, centering the performers before fanning out to different stage zones.
No one cares about art criticism: Advocating for an embodiment of the avant garde as an alternative to capitalism
There’s an increasingly old adage, first invoked by Brion Gysin, stating that innovations in writing are fifty years behind innovations..
An extension of an on-going series of programs in St. Louis about the problems of art criticism, “Meditations in an Emergency” offers artists in the community an opportunity to have ekphrastic poems written about their artwork.