Reviewer to philosopher: Check your privilege
The radically inventive and prolific musician’s ethics and curiosity are revealed in a new diary facsimile by Siglio Press.
How and why Suzan Frecon’s recent work really succeeds, bending light and color.
A new book by Siglio reproduces Calle’s 1980 performance, following a near-stranger through Venice.
A book of the painter’s work captures his complicated use of collage, illusion, and narrative.
Taking a cue from Morton Feldman’s remark that “the love of the past in art is something very different to the artist than it is to the audience,” it’s fair to assume that the audience can remain attached to their favorite masters all their lives without very much ado. For the artist, however, a fixity…
Review of the catalog accompanying first major retrospective in 35 years
A new monograph surveying prints by the influential multi-media artist shows his quixotic approach and affinity to a kind of natural abstraction.
Siglio’s new book of collected works gives an overview of the startling artist’s affectionate, erotic drawings.