Interviewing Anne-Lise Coste

[update: Now in print! For purchase and preview here.] I am fortunate to have worked on an interview with Anne-Lise Coste for Où suis-je with Patrick Frey Editions. My synopsis for PFE below. ◊◊ Anne-Lise Coste’s fourth monograph, titled Où

Interviewing Anne-Lise Coste

[update: Now in print! For purchase and preview here.] I am fortunate to have worked on an interview with Anne-Lise Coste for Où suis-je with Patrick Frey Editions. My synopsis for PFE below. ◊◊ Anne-Lise Coste’s fourth monograph, titled Où

The Permanence of the Transient

A description for The Permanence of the Transient: Precariousness in Art that I helped write and edit for Camila Maroja, in print with Cambridge Scholars Press. ◊◊ How should one approach the notion of the precarious in art – its

The Permanence of the Transient

A description for The Permanence of the Transient: Precariousness in Art that I helped write and edit for Camila Maroja, in print with Cambridge Scholars Press. ◊◊ How should one approach the notion of the precarious in art – its

(In Brief) Women Among Men

A list of women whose careers were overshadowed by those of the men in their lives. Selections from copywriting artist biographies in 140 words or less; originally written for Artsy.net. ◊◊   PERLE FINE American, 1905-1988 Perle Fine was an

(In Brief) Women Among Men

A list of women whose careers were overshadowed by those of the men in their lives. Selections from copywriting artist biographies in 140 words or less; originally written for Artsy.net. ◊◊   PERLE FINE American, 1905-1988 Perle Fine was an

Art on the Block

Originally published in the Brooklyn Rail’s February 2014 Issue. ◊◊ With its enormous title and ambition, Art on the Block: Tracking the New York Art World from SoHo to the Bowery, Bushwick and Beyond is the latest demonstration of introspection

Art on the Block

Originally published in the Brooklyn Rail’s February 2014 Issue. ◊◊ With its enormous title and ambition, Art on the Block: Tracking the New York Art World from SoHo to the Bowery, Bushwick and Beyond is the latest demonstration of introspection

Embracing the Personality of Paper: Ben Berlow at Rawson Projects

Originally published in Hyperallergic. ◊◊ Rawson Projects is a miraculously bright spot in the neighborhood of Greenpoint, where many first-floor businesses are still in repair after Hurricane Sandy. Inside the gallery, Ben Berlow’s show of new drawings seems timely and

Embracing the Personality of Paper: Ben Berlow at Rawson Projects

Originally published in Hyperallergic. ◊◊ Rawson Projects is a miraculously bright spot in the neighborhood of Greenpoint, where many first-floor businesses are still in repair after Hurricane Sandy. Inside the gallery, Ben Berlow’s show of new drawings seems timely and

Against Interpretation and Authorship: Carol Bove at Maccarone

Originally published in ArtCritical. ◊◊ Carol Bove does not consider her art in terms of its site-specificity, which might come as a surprise considering her recent projects for institutions such as the Highline and the Museum of Modern Art. Hers

Against Interpretation and Authorship: Carol Bove at Maccarone

Originally published in ArtCritical. ◊◊ Carol Bove does not consider her art in terms of its site-specificity, which might come as a surprise considering her recent projects for institutions such as the Highline and the Museum of Modern Art. Hers