Reviews his collected writings, edited by Clark Coolidge, and a study of the late works by poet David Kaufmann.
It should come as no surprise that Frida Kahlo, whose own dramatic life was the primary subject of her art, kept a major collection of photographs important to her. With the intense interest in Kahlo created by Hayden Herrera’s seminal biography, you might in fact wonder, why have we never seen these photos? Okay, funny…
By Nightfall, by Michael Cunningham; An Object of Beauty, by Steve Martin
New monograph by Marc Scheps from Prestel
Her long-awaited catalogue raisonné is published by Yale.
A review of Bill Berkson’s “Sudden Address: Selected Lectures 1981-2006” from Cuneiform Press
Julian Schnabel: Polaroids by Petra Giloy-Hirtz is published by Prestel.
No bravos for this lackluster new site, even if the programs trump Bravo’s “Work of Art”
The Mural in America by Francis V. Connor, Ph. D. at muralinamerica.com
In depth review of the semiotician’s pointed pamphlet on the end of art criticism