Author Archive

Editor’s Letter

Our current model of arts patronage is failing, but there are no easy solutions.

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Luckily, I Strayed

A photographer of twentieth-century cultural luminaries, octogenarian Duane Michals, subject of a retrospective at the Morgan Library in New York, has recently pivoted to film.

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Painter Persona

In his self-deprecating paintings and videos, Trevor Shimizu pokes fun at artistic pretension while exploring the often painful complexity of
selfhood.

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We Can Be Worse

Protests against sexual violence have rocked Mexico City and galvanized a community of feminist artists.

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In the Studio: Ulrike Müller

The Brooklyn-based artists discusses the arc of her career, from her performance work with femninist collective LTTR in the 1990s to the materially varied geometric abstractions she produces today.

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The Brief

This month’s most notable museum exhibition openings, art fairs, biennials, awards, and museum acquisitions.

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First Look: Imran Perretta

A London-based artist and filmmaker confronts the challenges of immigration in a global society.

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Sightlines

Cameron Shaw, the new deputy director and chief curator of the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, tells us what’s on her mind.

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The Exchange

A literary scholar and an artist discuss why clouds have become ubiquitous metaphors in a networked society.

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Hard Truths

The consulting team of Howie Chen and Andrew Lampert, artist-curators, offer tongue-in-cheek takes on art world dilemmas.

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