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The Abject Of Desire

Pete Caso
Moe Neigh (and brother Man)
Lick My Stein
Sin D. Sure Man
Cha-cha Gall
Matthew Teese (friends call him Matt)
War Hall
Lawn Uh Sim Sun… 17 more words


Wading Through a Sea of Feedback

Over the past two months, I’ve been getting tons of feedback from colleagues, former students, and friends on my project. I started the feedback process very early on, when I was only 30% done.   822 more words


Stunning Ballpoint Imagery Explores Blackness And The Power Of Ink ~ Claire Fallon

Toyin Ojih Odutola. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.


In the practical world, there are myriad shades of black. Anyone who’s struggled with slightly mismatched black jackets and pants knows this to be true. 887 more words

Review, Op-Ed, And The Arts

Gesamtkunstwerk/ MAGNUM OPUS

I often wonder how come I like a certain work of art and dislike another… of course, aesthetics and visual education might provide a good companion when approaching art, but only to the limit of identifying an art object and its position on a certain (subjective) scale of values… the feelings beyond this rational analysis are not explainable; the relation between the beholder/(virtual) collector and the object of appreciation (or love?) is (probably) a matter of compatibility, similar to the relations with people or fiction. 255 more words

Contemporary Art

Four things you NEED to know about #Friday in the #ArtRoom

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“Go and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here. 439 more words


Hating Postmodernism

I read a lot of stuff about art, and I’m not always sure that I understand what I’ve been schlepping through. So please bear this in mind. 585 more words

Art Critique

#MidWeekWednesday - Lots of #Critiquing tomorrow!

“In not stating the goal to the students and wording them so they are understandable… it is like a family going on a trip with Dad in the driver’s seat and him not sharing what the destination is or how long the trip is going to take. 550 more words