Monthly Archives: January 2018

The distance between us: thoughts on The Florida Project and The Square

Your intrepid #artcriticfromhell delves into film criticism (not a new space for me, but one I revisit now and again) for two films that offer different attractions. One lampoons – or realizes – the contemporary art world, and another indicates that realism is not so much a genre, as an attitude. Continue reading

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Part 9. A helpful illustrated guide to the RHA Consultations

A playful map responding to the Rodman Hall Coalition Consultations in late 2017. Continue reading

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Kintsugi: A Contemplative Whole

Bruno Capalongo offers meditative works at the Grimsby Public Art Gallery that explore beauty in frailty, and beauty in that which is damaged. Continue reading

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