It’s a new year and it feels like a new world, doesn’t it? I don’t know about you, but I’m inhaling the pungent aroma of possibility. I’ve got some new writing on the way that will be featured here, as well as some new maker projects / hardware experiments that I’ll also write about. StayContinue reading “Links! January 22, 2021”
It’s been an unusual year, and this is an unusual version of my annual blog post about the best artworks I saw. Most are not really artworks at all, and I spent some time explaining my thinking around that in Part 1. Here’s Part 2: 6. Factorio A few months ago a friend told meContinue reading “The Best Art I Saw in 2020 (sort of), part 2”
Every year at this time I write a blog post about the best art I saw throughout the year. This has not been a normal year, so this won’t be a normal list. I used to travel a lot, I’d see exhibitions all over the country and all over the world; New York, Miami, LosContinue reading “The Best Art I Saw in 2020 (sort of), part 1”
Every year since 2015 I’ve written a round-up of the best exhibitions and artworks I saw that year.
It’s become my own little tradition to round up my favorite exhibitions and artworks of the year. I know, I know… listicles. But the format is convenient, and it’s a way for me to reflect on what I saw and what stuck with me. This list is not meant to summarize the best exhibitions ofContinue reading “The Top Ten Exhibitions and Artworks I Saw in 2018”
Each year I do a list post about the best art I saw over the past twelve months. I don’t claim that these are the best exhibitions of 2017, because I don’t see nearly enough to make that claim. But I still think it’s worth keeping a log of the exhibitions and artworks that movedContinue reading “The Top Ten Exhibitions and Artworks I Saw in 2017”
It’s time again for my annual roundup of the best art I saw this year. Or put another way, here are a bunch of things I should have already written about, but I’m making myself do it now. These are listed in the order in which I saw them. 1. Carlos Bunga, Theaster Gates, andContinue reading “Top Ten Exhibitions and Artworks I Saw in 2016”
Note: This is part one of a three part series. All three parts were published on Michigan Quarterly Review. Part one, two, three. “Anything that’s in the world comes from something else, so everything is culture, or everything is nature, depending on how you wish to define these words.” -Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev At theContinue reading “Lolo the Donkey and the Avant-Garde That Never Was: Part 1”