As someone who teaches art history, specifically modern and contemporary art, it’s not uncommon for me to get a lot of questions about art’s value and the art market. For a wide variety of reasons, people seem much more intensely interested in why post-war abstraction and contemporary installation works sell for millions of dollars thanContinue reading “Destroy the Dots: NFTs revisited”
Where have I been?!? Why hasn’t the site been updated in so long? Well, a lot of things happen over the course of a year. Long story, super short: I now live and work in Zhejiang Province, China. I hope to get to the Shanghai Biennial next month, and start this project up again withContinue reading “ArtsUndone: China Edition”
Hello, everyone, and thank you for reading my blog! At this point I wanted to have some reviews up for shows in Indianapolis, but weather has kept me from travelling much. To let you know what I do have planned, here’s a tentative update. Expect some more from the Fort Wayne Museum of Art soon. Continue reading “Update: What’s coming up?”
I’ve been outlining what I want to do over the next couple months. Here’s a video with some of my thoughts on what I want this site to be about:
Aesthetic Distance: Some thoughts on “Torn First Pages” from Amar Kanwar.
If not today, then hopefully by the end of the weekend I’ll have the first in a new semi-regular feature on this site called “Aesthetic Distance.” Not a series of reviews, but more critical reflections on themes and subject matter in particular works or artists.