How personal loss, grieving, and memorialization can humanize and illuminate the controversies around monuments.
Matt Neckers’s Mobile Museum is a mimic which can also be read as a caricature and critique of the modern museum’s banality.
A high school senior’s painting of a protest scene has become the subject of a controversy since it was hung (and removed, and re-hung, and re-removed, and re-re-hung) at the US Capitol, but nobody is looking at it closely enough.
As Western Civilization, as we have known it, seems to be unraveling, what are artists to do?
David, I received your missive in my Facebook feed. You know, the one where you pseudo-declare, “I Don’t Care About Contemporary Art Anymore?”