Now Available in Digital Format: Typographic Samples, Pictures & Polemics (1986)

Typographic Samples, Pictures & Polemics (1986) was published in an edition of 500 by Nexus Press, Atlanta, GA. The book received the Mary Ellen LoPresti Award for Best Monograph of 1987 by ARLIS/NA and has been exhibited by the Museum of Modern Art, NY (Committed to Print, 1988) and is in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), TateModern (London), the Victoria and Albert Museum (London), the Marvin and Ruth Sackner Archive (Miami Beach, FLA), and the Getty Museum (Los Angeles), among other institutions, collections and libraries.

The print edition is sold out, but is now available in digital format.

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Still Jet Lagged and Eye Sore (2019)

Abstract: The phenomenon of recurring international exhibitions is addressed with respect to an “aesthetic of experience” and the role played by international curators in the creation of contemporary art. Drawing on recent publications by Caroline A. Jones, Charles Green, and Anthony Gardner, it is argued that critical power of experientially immersive contemporary art projects commissioned for biennials, triennials, and documenta is highly overrated. Continue reading “Still Jet Lagged and Eye Sore (2019)”

“Rethinking Art and Philosophy as an Interdisciplinary Field” (2019) Abstract & Video

“In a pluralistic conception of discipline”, suggests Jann Pasler, “the question is not so much what is new or old, or what needs to be replaced or superseded, but rather how each perspective can be enriched by the presence of the other.”

The very idea of interdisciplinarity is contentious, even as the term positions itself alongside “entrepreneurship” as the buzzword of the age. Continue reading ““Rethinking Art and Philosophy as an Interdisciplinary Field” (2019) Abstract & Video”

Conceptual Art and Art & Language New York: Selected Papers at the Getty Research Institute

The conceptual art group Art & Language was originally established in Great Britain in 1967 by Terry Atkinson and Michael Baldwin. With expanding international membership and recognition for its publication Art-Language, as well as the relocation of several members to New York, the group established a New York section in 1971 called Art & Language New York. Continue reading “Conceptual Art and Art & Language New York: Selected Papers at the Getty Research Institute”

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