Linda Harris represents the position that you don’t need to know everything about a work of art to comment on what it’s doing or how it makes you feel.
Alex Da Corte
Alex Da Corte Directs a Luminous Video for St. Vincent’s Ode to New York
Created by artist Alex Da Corte, St. Vincent’s “New York” video is the stuff of dreams.
A Multimedia Jungle of Moving Images
The Whitney Museum’s Dreamlands gathers a century of immersive moving image art, cutting across time and technology.
Soylent, a Donkey, and Even Some Good Art: A Frieze New York Diary
1pm: The press preview for Frieze New York 2016 on Randall’s Island begins! Or so they say. I am power walking out the door of my office in Williamsburg.
From Most Encouraging to Most Normcore, 18 Superlatives for Art Basel Miami Beach 2015
MIAMI BEACH — The 14th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach offers its expected share of conventional, cheesy, captivating, cool, and curious works, but it would be impossible to discuss everything worth a mention.
NADA’s New Grown-Up Look
This year’s New York incarnation of the NADA art fair suggested that the gathering of young emerging galleries often characterized as the minor leagues of Frieze and other “major league” art fairs has grown up quite a bit. Yet with maturity comes a tendency towards conservatism, and that was reflected in countless booths filled with small, affordable works and unremarkable displays on white walls.