Just in case you read Korean, here is a recent interview with me and my co-curator Sarah Archino about our debut online art show, And Or, in new media art magazine Alice On.
Recently I had the opportunity to review LA native Christopher Williams’ retrospective at its first stop, the Art Institute of Chicago. Williams’ wide-ranging career is well represented, in a setting that showcases his conceptual attitude to photography. The retrospective will travel to MoMA and the Whitechapel Gallery in London. Click here to read the review.
I’m proud to announce the launch of a CAS Special Issue featuring new essays on New York, with work by myself and co-fellows from the 2010 NYU Fulbright Summer Institute. You can download it here. The issue was guest edited by my awesome colleagues, and it’s a great testament to the cohort and the program. This is us:
We really are this cool.
More art for you all: I reviewed the James Turrell retrospective at LACMA for this is tomorrow, and you can read it here . The pieces have secret doors that make them accessible to disabled people, which is great.
My friend Isabella Streffen made me into art. This is part of a work in progress that had me crawling round on my knees in the Monet Garden in Giverny. She has kindly forgiven me for dropping her iPhone in the lily pond. Click through to Isabella’s work.