Featuring artists: this category of my blog includes articles and videos which show the work of artists besides myself or which talk about other artists’ work.
Sometimes it’s hard to think of who is interested in the work you make, but the press—both the press you go after and the press you get—can help you figure it out.
Or is she a performer? Or a conceptual artist? Maybe the question should be “does it matter what we call her seeing as her work is so poignant?” It’s a fair point, but I do think that her title is worth discussing.
This post started out as a glowing review of Kenji Yoshino’s book Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights and turned into a similar sort of endorsement of Emilie Wapnick’s work.
In arguments in front of the Supreme Court this past week, the legality of same-sex marriage was discussed in terms of the “basic biological fact” of heterosexual reproduction. Happily, scientist and author David George Haskell didn’t let that misdirection go unchallenged.
At the beginning of March, I visited the Big Apple but also DC. In fact, the New York part of trip was extra credit. I was actually flying east to talk at the Freedom to Connect conference in Washington.
I just got back from two days in the Big Apple where I had big fun with my big brother.
The fact that Animal Lives by Danish artist Humon and my Crime Against Nature have similar starting points only makes both projects more original, not less so. Le fait que Animal Lives par l’artiste danoise Humon et mon Crime contre nature ont le même point de départ rend les deux projets plus originaux et non pas moins.
I saw my brother briefly around Christmastime and it made me think of what he represents for me. J’ai vu mon frère en fin d’année et ça m’a fait penser de ce qu’il représente pour moi.
Hanna Rosin’s ideas may be controversial for reason, but that doesn’t mean that her new book isn’t worth a read.
I’m not often a fan of insider art, but Hennessy Youngman made me a convert…until, that is, Jayson Musson ruined it.
When I stumbled across this cartoon by Paul Kinsella, I decided I had to ask him some questions.
Years ago now, I painted Kirk’s portrait. He passed away recently, and his death left me thinking about all that I learned from him.