How personal loss, grieving, and memorialization can humanize and illuminate the controversies around monuments.
Ric Kasini Kadour
Ric Kasini Kadour is a writer, artist, and former gallerist. He publishes Kolaj, a printed international magazine about contemporary fine art collage, and is the editor of Vermont Art Guide. He curates exhibitions, operates an art shop that specializes in art products and ephemera, and is currently working on a book that reimagines regionalism in a contemporary context. He lives in Montreal, Vermont, and New Orleans.
A Mobile Museum Brings Miniature Art to Rural Vermont
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 Painting Censored by GOP Lawmakers Deserves to Be Seen
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.
The Soft Power of Art
As Western Civilization, as we have known it, seems to be unraveling, what are artists to do?
I Don’t Care About David Byrne Anymore?
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?”