Very excited to be getting in a few more words these days (a cumulative 1850 words). . . recent reviews include:
"The Spectacular of Vernacular" at The Walker Art Center in Art Lies, Issue no. 68
This show will be coming to the The Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston in July, will take a slightly different form there, and it should be interesting to see how it changes in this context with the very different (but equally strong) vernacular style and tradition of Texas.
. . .and an article in Newcity on the panel discussion, "How Chicago are you?" which was at the Graham Foundation in mid-May. The panel consisted of eleven artists, musicians, architects and designers from Chicago including, Alex Lehrnerer, Pamela Fraser, Jimenez Lai, Geoff Goldberg and Damon Locks. Good stuff.
"What's to Like about this place?" in Newcity, May 19 edition.
Also had the wonderful opportunity to write about Huma Bhabha's work in Newcity, just a short review, but really got me interested in her work and process. There is a great interview of Bhabha by Julie Mehrehtu in the catalog for Bhabha's exhibition at Peter Blum Gallery. My review of Huma Bhabha's show at Rhona Hoffman appeared in the April 11 edition of Newcity.