While Elise Siegel’s sculptures take the form of traditional portrait busts, they are anything but.
Nina Felshin is a curator, writer, and activist and the editor of But is it Art: The Spirit of Art as Activism.
A Curator Reflects on Exhibiting Police Violence in University Art Museums
The recent “pause” on American Monument at CSU Long Beach, evoked another exhibition about police violence that took place almost two decades ago at another university art museum.
A Personal Remembrance of Sculptor Tony Feher
I will never forget Tony Feher’s first, jewel-like solo show in the fall of 1993 at Wooster Gardens.
A Photo Exhibition About Israel and the West Bank that Chooses Sides
On the heels of last Saturday’s protest at the Brooklyn Museum, a more careful examination of one of the two exhibitions targeted by the protesters is in order.