Inventive quarterly “publication” The Thing — which has previously taken the form of a boomerang by Gabriel Orozco, some ceramic dice courtesy of David Korty, and a Tauba Auerbach… More ›
Posts Tagged: Ken Johnson
The New York Times has responded to a petition that hit a nerve in the art world last month. The letter argued that two recent articles by Ken Johnson used “irresponsible generalities” to… More ›
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A petition expressing concern about two New York Times reviews by art writer Ken Johnson has more than tripled in size since yesterday. The letter, which asks the newspaper to address the broader… More ›
An anonymous petition expressing concern about recent New York Times reviews of women and African-American artists has hit a nerve, sparking a wave of support from some serious bold-faced names…. More ›
For Thursday’s roundtable discussion “Art Writing as Craft, Labor, and Art” at the Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, Occupy Wall Street‘s Arts & Labor working group has brought… More ›
If you’ve visited Elizabeth Dee Gallery in the last month, you’ve stumbled into something between a photobooth and a photographer’s studio, and been asked by Ryan McNamara (or one of… More ›