Monthly Archives: May, 2015

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The Guston Effect

I do not see why the loss of faith in the known image and symbol in our time should be celebrated as a freedom. It is a loss from which we suffer, and this pathos motivates modern painting and poetry…

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An Interview with David Salle

William J. Simmons: Tell me about your shows in Dallas and New York City. What direction is your new work taking? David Salle: The show in Dallas brings together paintings from the last five years or so that, for the…

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Open Engagement: A report from Pittsburgh

Open Engagement is an annual conference on socially engaged art, focused this year on the topic of Place and Revolution. It was an incredibly dense three days of concurrent ninety-minute sessions, shorter fifteen-minute talks, opening and closing keynotes, and events…