In my work for the CreateNYC Cultural Plan, a set of recommendations and action plans for the sector, one lesson rises to the top: Don’t abandon the process.
These women artists have been developing the creative possibilities within blockchain technology since the beginning.
This curatorial approach is self-defeating in furthering a feminist art historical discourse.
There is a desire to cover up ecological degradation through artificially adding color, which constitutes a kind of denialism.
Pretty much all of the Impressionists fit the Insta mold. They mastered capturing the individual elements that could inspire envy and endless imitation.
The introduction of an anti-discrimination bill, the Zan Bill, is now generating a venomous climate and passionate demonstrations around the country.
My investigation into the financial realities at the Whitney Museum following the controversial Tear Gas Biennial made me realize nonprofit endowments are not doing okay.
The issue that gets lost in ethnic fraud cases is how they require the participation of the mostly White cultural and academic institutions who hire them.
Make no mistake about it: besides being a temporary escape, the Chihuly exhibition is an extension of US-Singapore diplomacy.
That is, we should remake and reimagine the museum.
Cultural institutions are constantly draining their talent pool and dismissing this retention problem as a woman’s issue, when it is a structural failure.
Our millage funding model, based upon responsiveness and accountability, is a successful paradigm that has sustained the DIA and benefitted our region.