Posts Tagged ‘International Art Objects’


#Hashtags provides a platform for longer reconsiderations of artworks and art practices outside of the review format and in new contexts. Please send queries and/or ideas for future to ‘From work to event. We are the mould, it’s up to you to breathe substance into it’ I’ll admit it, I’ve been bored when it comes to art lately. Too many shows with too much[…..]

Conversion and Inversion Stories

JP Munro,  Dionysus In India,  2012, Oil on Linen. Courtesy International Art Objects.

L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A column by Catherine Wagley Tobias Wolff and a friend went to a free showing of Ingmar Bergman’s Winter Light one evening in 1970. Shown in the sanctuary of an Oxford church, the severe narrative about spiritual malaise seemed hauntingly appropriate and, in a 2008 essay, Wolff describes his experience with it as “harrowing”—he felt himself drowning in[…..]