Quantcast

reviews, features & interviews

Lynda Benglis' installation, soon to be seen at Storm King. Photo courtesy of Locks Gallery.

News Sara Reisman, who’s previously curated all over the world including at the Institute of Contemporary Art, is unveiling a show at The Boiler. Presenting the work of second-year MFA candidates from the Pratt Institute, Signs of Life: in and out of time and place runs April 10-24, 2015, with an opening Friday, April 10, 7-9 PM. via Lindsay Thompson - New gallery alert: there’s a new space in Old City, located at 138 N 3rd St. FRMD, which, you might guess, was once an old frame shop, is now being remodeled into a gallery/studio space for upcoming artists. They’re now preparing for ... More » »

Sculpture

Daniel Petraitis’ Unequal Hand marries Modernism with Postmodernism

By

[Noreen considers the relationship between manufactured objects and handmade versions–the subject of boundary-blurring new work by sculptor Daniel Petraitis. — the artblog editors] In most contemporary sculpture, the art object becomes fluid with its environment–an especially important notion in the work of Daniel Petraitis. This month at Napoleon, the artist’s new work ... More » »

color comic, man reading and cat talking

Bananazz

By

andrewjeffreywright.com    andrewjeffreywright.tumblr.com

the st claire contest

New Art Challenge – The Contest! Here’s info on how to submit your art writing

By

[Below is information about the art writing contest co-sponsored by The St. Claire and The Artblog under April’s Guest Editorship of The Artblog.  Submit a piece of writing to this contest!  Maybe you’ve been thinking an essay thought for a while — write it up and submit it!  Poets, write a poem. ... More » »

colorful web page

It’s coming – The Inaugural Guest Editorship of The Artblog by The St. Claire!

By

The month of April, 2015, will stand out in Artblog history as the month of our first-ever Guest Editorship! We are very pleased to announce the Guest Editorship collaboration between The Artblog and The St. Claire, an online arts publication we have long admired for its out-of-the-box thinking about art and art ... More » »

newwhitney

The artblog Reader Advisor

By

[This weekend on the artblog Reader Advisor: Something surprising about Dubai; a call for Björk MoMA curator Biesenbach to be fired; and a look inside Jeff Koons’ art-making factory, where originality and inspiration go to die. — the artblog editors] The Trouble With Biesenbach: MoMA Curator in Hot Water, via Artnet For ... More » »

podcasts

woman posing serious with arms crossed

From the vault: Ingrid Schaffner, next Carnegie International Curator!

[Congratulations, Ingrid Schaffner, ICA’s amazing Senior Curator, who was selected to curate the 2018-19 Carnegie International!  Read more about that here.  And ... More » »

Eileen Neff, Horse by Car, 1 and 2, Archival Pigment on Dibond

Live Comments – Bridgette Mayer on Eileen Neff’s new Costa Rican works

[This episode of Live Comments features Bridgette Mayer talking about the show currently at her gallery by Eileen Neff.] Eileen Neff’s 3-week ... More » »