Lindsey White, a recipient of SFMOMA’s 2017 SECA Art Award, challenges assumptions and orthodoxies in irreverent photographs, sculptures, and installations.
Art & cultural historian & writer interested in the intersections between visual & material culture, rhetoric & representation. Originally a hayseed from the Territories, now situated on the tiny island of Manhattan.
A Diverse but Directionless Survey of American Art Today
BENTONVILLE, Arkansas — The recently minted Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, has mounted a prodigious exhibition of contemporary art titled State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now.
America’s Newest Art Pilgrimage: Bentonville, Arkansas
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — “Capital isn’t scarce; vision is.” This flippant platitude was once uttered by Sam Walton, the founder of the importunately ubiquitous Wal-Mart empire. One wonders what “Mr. Sam” would have to say about that after taking a gander at Bentonville today, the pint-sized hometown of one of his first successful stores, in northwestern Arkansas, where certainly neither capital nor vision are scarce. Then again, he also once opined that “high expectations are the key to everything,” and this cannot be denied in conjunction with Bentonville.