Slow Life: Radical Practices of the Everyday

BY TYRUS MILLER · PUBLISHED 07/26/2020 SLOW LIFE: RADICAL PRACTICES OF THE EVERYDAY / LASSÚ ÉLET: RADIKÁLIS HÉTKÖZNAPOK, LUDWIG MUSEUM, BUDAPEST, APRIL 9 – AUGUST 23, 2020 Originally published in Art Margins: https://artmargins.com/slow-life-radical-practices-of-the-everyday/ […]

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The Potency of Images: Reading David Joselit’s After Art

  *David Joselit, After Art (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2013). David Joselit’s book takes up the current condition of an accelerated and uncontrollably proliferating circulation of images, and specifically the […]

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Gordon Walters, New Vision. Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki, Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand. 7 July-4 November 2018.

Gordon Walters (1919-1995) was New Zealand’s most celebrated abstract artist, receiving major critical and popular acclaim at home as well as internationally. His lifetime artistic oeuvre is surveyed in this […]

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“Delirious times demand delirious art.”

Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950-1980. The Met Breuer, New York City, New York. September 13, 2017-January 14, 2018. The three decades encompassed by this exhibition—1950-1980—was a disruptive, […]

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Totalitarian Interdisciplinarity: Critical Art Practice and Post-Socialist Cultural Politics

Many practitioners of the contemporary arts in the United States and Western Europe have embraced a programmatic interdisciplinarity as an integral aspect of their artistic practice, and in parallel, research […]

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