Sunday, August 30, 2009

Facebook Curatorial Week 8



Small Drawing 2009 by Aaron Olshan



Out of the Blue, the Turn Around 2007 by Bill Radawec



Guns and Roses 2004 by Ilona Anderson



Untitled, Street Photography 2009 by Orville Robertson

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Facebook Curatorial Week 7




Untitled, Wire Series (2009) by Wolfgang Stiller




Zipper Helix
(2009) by Meridith Pingree




Handshake Machine (2009) by Debra Jenks




Separatrix (2009) by Phillip Buntin

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Facebook Curatorial Week 6



Untitled (2009) by Dave Perry




Atonement (2009) by John Robertson




Sugar & Spice (2008) by Orly Cogan




Yes We Did #3 (2009) by Victor Davson

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Facebook Curatorial Week 5



Plunder Road (2008) by Gelah Penn





Tibetan Prayer Flags (2008) by Willow Gray





Bath (2007) by Bonnie De Witt





Be the change united in = rights, liberty, justice 4 ALL (2008) by Barbe' Slitkin

Sunday, August 2, 2009

New Reviews

Two reviews that I have written have just been published by Afterimage, in their July/August issue. One is rather lengthy and considers the Pictures Generation at the Met, which is about to close if it hasn't already. The other reviews a show that Michael Mandiberg curated at Eyebeam Gallery titled, "Permanent States of Emergency."

Aside from that I recently uploaded reviews of Carol Salmanson, Gustave Caillebotte and Don Voisine to ArtQuips. I am currently at work on two pieces for Whitehot Magazine: an interview with Hans Op de Beek and a preview of the Tim Burton exhibition that will open at the MoMA in late November.

I would also like to bring to your attention to two online art hubs that appear to complement that of UbuWeb and Rhizome. Founded by former Whitney Director, Maxwell Anderson, ArtBabble is a significant online outreach program that serves as an online salon about art, artists and by artists. Many museums around the country have recently thrown their support behind the venture. Not only can one see how a Sol LeWitt is made, for instance, but artists can upload their own videos as well. Creative Africa is run by Mark Coetzee, brother to author J. M. Coetzee. His effort for PumaCreative is to bring together an array of artists, curators, writers and so on who could exchange ideas and find opportunities with one another.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Facebook Curatorial Week 4



Untitled (2008) by Gretchen Bennett




Burning Light (2008) by Grace Graupe Pillard




Sky (2009) by Mandy Greer




Wings (2006) by Amanda Church