Mike Calway-Fagen reviews Abigail Lucien’s recent solo exhibition, Drupe, at Seed Space in Nashville.
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An imagined conversation about how to make an alternative art space inspired by conversations and contributions from Bill Bass and Raph Cornford of NOISE, Joshua Byron of SALON, and Charlotte Caldwell and Mike Calway-Fagen of Stove Works.
For Document V, Ryan Thayer: Dayparting consists of a photograph, sound and online playlist of music selected by Temporary Art Review contributors.
Temporary Art Review is pleased to announce Document V, a five-year anniversary celebration that will take place March 25th – May 20th, 2016 at The Luminary.
Rob Goyanes reviews Sounds Like, a recent group exhibition at Dimensions Variable in Miami.
Mike Calway-Fagen surveys Utopia School, BASEKAMP’s collaborative multi-city project that explores Utopian initiatives in order to create a comprehensive database for research, engagement and action.
The second in a dual review, Mike Calway-Fagen responds to Bill Conger’s retrospective, Coming Dark: Selected Works from 2004-2014 on view at Murray State University.
In one of two dual reviews, Bill Conger considers Mike Calway-Fagen’s recent exhibition at Murray State University.