Posts Tagged ‘Claudia La Rocco’

Things to Be Thankful For

Agnes Denes. Wheatfield - A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill (view with Statue of Liberty across the Hudson), 1982.

Here at DS, we’re grateful for our many readers and supporters around the world. We thank our hard-working writers, editors, and admin staff. And we’re indebted to a fantastic community of our colleagues—among them the ten arts workers who today share their current sources of inspiration, energy, and hope. Taylor Renee Aldridge Co-founder of ARTS.BLACK, a journal for art criticism from Black perspectives Writer adrienne[…..]

Happy Labor Day!

Anna Gray + Ryan Wilson Paulsen. Can These Antiques Ever Prove Dangerous Again?, 2012.

In honor of Labor Day, today we want to thank the publications that made our Summer Reading series a success. We were honored to host articles from Artforum, Art Papers, Art Practical, the Brooklyn Rail, East of Borneo, Frieze d/e, Hyperallergic, MN Artists, MN Original, MOMUS, Rhizome, SFMOMA’s Open Space, Temporary Art Review, and un Magazine. And we credit the labors of the artists and writers,[…..]

Summer Reading – Notes to Self

Miguel Gutierrez. Age & Beauty Part 2, 2015; Performance view, January 14, 2015, Abrons Arts Center, New York. Photo: Ian Douglas.

As we near the end of our Summer Reading series, we bring you Claudia La Rocco’s meditations on the American Realness Festival. The author asks, “Playing to the intelligentsia for cheap laughs while the world burns: Does anybody still need to own this in 2015?” This article was originally published in Artforum on January 29, 2015. I’ve just deleted the three hundred words I’d written to start[…..]