Posts Tagged ‘Best of 2012’

Best of 2012 – Help Desk: The Element of Surprise

Today’s Best of 2012 selection features our weekly art advice column Help Desk, written by the all-too-wise Bean Gilsdorf.  DailyServing contributor Amelia Sechman selected The Element of Surprise, stating ” It was almost stupidly easy for me to pick my favorite articles from this year. At work, I respond to artist submissions on a regular basis, some of which are so misguided I feel obligated to send[…..]

Best of 2012 – #museumpractices: The Museum on My Mind

As we continue the Best of 2012 edition, Marilyn Goh, DailyServing’s Editor for the Asia / Pacific region, has selected Rob Mark‘s series The Museum on My Mind. As a part of #Hashtags, the bi-weekly series on art and politics, Rob wrote a four part article engaging museum practices. Marilyn stated, “If I have to choose something that I particularly enjoyed reading about this year, it would[…..]

Best of 2012 – Nick Cave: Hiding in Plain Sight

Today, DailyServing’s Best of 2012 features Allie Haeusslein‘s article Nick Cave: Hiding in Plain Sight. DS contributor Emily Macaux said, “This was an extremely thoughtful consideration of a fascinating, impossible-to-define body of work. Allie beautifully captured the rich, multi-faceted nature of Cave’s practice and its interwoven layers of personal, social, and aesthetic significance.” And, contributor Catlin Moore stated “Allie does a wonderful job of contextualizing Nick[…..]

Best of 2012 – You Go Crazy

At the end of each year, we ask our group of over 30 international contributors to dig deep into DailyServing’s content and tell us what is on their list of favorites for the year. Over the next 10 days, we are going to publish those selections as DailyServing’s Best of 2012. We are pleased to begin our Best of 2012 with a piece from the[…..]

Best of 2012 – Seductresses at Family Dinners

L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A column by Catherine Wagley Thanksgiving is not the time of year you realize you disagree with the people you love, but it often is the time you suddenly decide you want to pick the fights you’d usually avoid. My sister called yesterday from Washington, where she was with one branch of the family. She described a dinner[…..]