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Selections from the Reznikoff Family Archive on View in Moscow

Alexei Remizov, Ivashka, Paris, 1941, India ink and color pencil on paper It is official: the Russian Ministry of Culture finally purchased the Reznikoff family archive in its entirety, including nine illustrated albums created by Alexei Remizov between the mid 1930s and early 50s. Some of these illustrated albums from the Reznikoff collection are at […]

Event Announcement: Lee Ambrozy’s Lecture on Ai Weiwei’s Audience at the Herberger

ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts will be hosting a talk about China’s most famous international artist, and its most outspoken domestic critic Ai Weiwei. It will take place this Thursday, March 21, at 3 pm in the Lower Level South Gallery of the ASU Art Museum. The presenter is Lee Ambrozy who is the […]

101st Annual College Art Association Conference Paper

Chim↑Pom reenact their “100 Kiai” (100 Cheers). Photo courtesy Gadabout. February 15th I will be giving a paper on Disaster and Creativity panel at the 101st Annual CAA Conference. Here is the short abstract: “Between Awe and Anger: Young Japanese Artists Respond to Tohoku and Fukushima” Artistic responses to the twin disasters that struck Northeastern […]

SUPER WINDOW PROJECT > LG WILLIAMS / THE ESTATE OF LG WILLIAMS > GMG

Dear Jerry, would you consider a perfect faux Wade Guyton?

Le Huffington Post: The Most Emailed Article on the Site For September 2012

I posted this blog entry exactly one month ago on Le Huffington Post. By the end of the first week if was the most emailed article on the site, and as of today it was still the most emailed entry of the month. Make sure to view the slideshow, the images speak for themselves. HuffingtonPost.fr […]

ARTFORUM CRITICS’ PICKS: Tsibi Geva at Ashdod Museum of Art

Huffington Post: Art in “Paradise” (Far From the Art-Industrial Hive)

My latest Huffington Post article about Arizona based artists Geny Dignac and Rotraut Klein-Moquay is out now. To view full text click here.

ARTFORUM CRITICS’ PICS: LAWRENCE WEINER AT REGEN PROJECTS

Bill Berkson in Conversation with “Beat & Beyond: San Francisco Art 1950–2000” Seminar

May 2, our very last seminar meeting, we had a pleasure of Bill Berkson’s company. What a great end to a great semester! Thank you, everyone! Born in New York in 1939, Bill Berkson is a poet, critic, teacher and sometime curator, who has been active in the art and literary worlds since his early twenties. Director […]