Posts Tagged ‘artists’

10 Questions for Julie Henson

Julie Henson in her studio in Los Angeles.

Happy birthday, Daily Serving! This month marks our tenth year of bringing you some of the smartest art writing, and since this is such a momentous anniversary, we’re going to be celebrating for the next few months. Today we bring you an excerpt from our interview with Daily Serving’s first Managing Editor, Julie Henson, who has been involved with the site since its inception. The importance of[…..]

From the Archives – Help Desk: Put the Artist First

Rachel Reupke. Still from Letter of Complaint, 2015; color video, 10 min.

Today we look back at an intriguing curatorial question from last year: “Which comes first—the artist or the machine?” Help Desk is an arts-advice column that demystifies practices for artists, writers, curators, collectors, patrons, and the general public. Submit your questions anonymously here. All submissions become the property of Daily Serving. This article was originally published on March 16, 2015 In the role of writer and curator,[…..]

Hashtags: Crossing the Lines

Breezeway, Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, 2016, with installation view: Shinique Smith, 
Forgiving Strands, 
2015 – 2016. Image courtesy the artist and  Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Joshua Targownik / targophoto.com

#capitalism #markets #institutions #gentrification #innovation Two recent unconventional gallery openings on the West Coast have upended expectations about how the commercial and nonprofit sectors of the art world correspond to and interact with one another. Hauser Wirth & Schimmel’s seven-building complex in Los Angeles’ downtown arts district is a commercial gallery with institutional ambitions, promising thematic exhibitions, high-profile loans, publishing, and scholarship. Minnesota Street Project,[…..]

Help Desk: Put the Artist First

Rachel Reupke. Still from Letter of Complaint, 2015; color video, 10 min.

Help Desk is an arts-advice column that demystifies practices for artists, writers, curators, collectors, patrons, and the general public. Submit your questions anonymously here. All submissions become the property of Daily Serving. In the role of writer and curator, I find myself playing bureaucratic middle man between artists and the public, or artists and institutions. But, where it comes to performing the role well, which comes procedurally first—the artist[…..]