NOTTINGHAM, U.K. — Seeing both notebook and pen, a fellow spectator says with some disbelief: “Are you reviewing this? Well, good luck!” My challenges are well apparent, thanks to the inexplicable outbreaks of dance, song and puppetry.
LOS ANGELES — The writer Rebecca Solnit once wrote, “Memory, even in the rest of us, is a shifting, fading, partial thing, a net that doesn’t catch all the fish by any means and sometimes catches butterflies that don’t exist.” For artists Golnar Adili and Samira Yamin, the process of remembering is no less imprecise.
The following statement was emailed to Hyperallergic, and it is a response to Guggenheim Director Richard Armstrong’s statement earlier today:
LOS ANGELES — It must have been kismet that I ended up sitting next to Julie Niemi at the ridiculous Dave Hickey lecture a few weeks ago. Niemi is one of four founding editors of the LA-based biannual print publication VIA, which is dedicated to the art, food, and music culture of Los Angeles.
Some of the indie video game finds at the Museum of the Moving Image’s IndieCade East conference this month.
Today, the Guggenheim provided Hyperallergic with the following statement from Director Richard Armstrong in response to our request for comment on Saturday night’s protest action in the museum by G.U.L.F.
CUNY’s Queens College MFA (QCMFA) in Studio Art is a comprehensive, studio-based graduate program focused on contemporary painting, sculpture, installation, digital media, critical theory and a specialization in social practice art.
This year, Carrie Mae Weems gets the distinctive honor of becoming the first African-American woman to have a retrospective at the Guggenheim — her first major exhibition at any New York museum, ever. It’s one of those honors that sits at an awkward intersection, both disappointing and profound.
LOS ANGELES — Selfie culture is everywhere.
This week, reinterpreting the Parthenon, Wall Streeters behaving badly, considering Hannah Höch, academic writing, remaking Robocop, modern day slavery, and more.
The Great Merge: after last week’s news that Comcast intends to swallow Time Warner Cable, the Corcoran Gallery of Art announced that it will be subsumed by the National Gallery, and Facebook is throwing $16 billion at WhatsApp, an ad-free messaging service that charges subscribers $1 per year.
In part 2 of this month, reviews of Fall Out Boy, Luke Bryan, R.Kelly, Sky Ferreira, and Speedy Ortiz.