September 30: Carly Berwick, Ellie Bronson, David Cohen and Ken Johnson discuss Goicolea, Erlich, Katz and Steinbach
Essay compares him with photographer Francesca Woodman while review challenges unquestioning acceptance of his violence against women.
Partially compensated internship, starting immediately
Michael Heller WITHIN THE OPEN LANDSCAPES words for the etchings of Jane Joseph Jane Joseph, Footbridge, 1986. Etching, 13 x 19.9 cm. Courtesy of the Artist . 1. Doesn’t the picture say no room in this world for anything more? If you desire to add something, you must begin again and make your own world,…
In tribute to the British painter, artcritical offers a garland of reviews from our archives
We looked up to Freud as a symbol of seriousness, of investigative tenacity.
Review of Martin Gayford’s recent book, Man with a Blue Scarf
artcritical editor David Cohen reports from the World Tea Expo, Las Vegas
Scroll right to see all four images; poem in full is published below. Before You Go Thoughts inanimate, stumbled, spare, before you go. Folded memories, tinctured with despair, before you go. Two lakes inside a jar, before you go. Flame illumines fitful lie, before you go. Furtive then morrow, nevering now, before you go. Lacerating…
Paolo and Francesca after Dante Alighieri, from Canto 5, second circle Inferno, “La Bufera” – the whirlwind where souls reside whose reason was overwhelmed by desire. Smitten, I began: “Poet, I would speak with that pair who go so lightly there together on the wind.” And he said: “You will see when they come a…