Posts Tagged ‘From the Achives’

From the Archives– #Hashtags: Institutionalized Critique

Andrea Fraser. Museum Highlights: A Gallery Talk, 1989. Single-channel video (Betacam SP NTSC), color, sound. 30:00 min. Courtesy of the artist.

Here at Daily Serving, we’re excited that Andrea Fraser is the focus of a year-long series of events (and a published text) at the Wattis. Today from the archives we bring you Anuradha Vikram’s review of the Hammer Museum’s 2014 show Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology, which includes an extended reflection on Fraser’s noteworthy early performance Museum Highlights: A Gallery Talk and how Fraser’s career has “paralleled that of institutional critique as a[…..]

From the Archives – Andrew Moore: Dirt Meridian at Yancey Richardson Gallery

Andrew Moore. First Light, Cherry County, Nebraska, 2013. Courtesy of Andrew Moore & Yancey Richardson

With the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s recent announcement that California’s Central Valley farmers will not receive any contracted federal water for the second year in a row, the photographic work of Andrew Moore is a bleak reminder of the state’s ongoing water crisis.  Author Nandita Raghuram describes the artist’s aerial photographs of the 100th meridian as “sweeping views of windswept houses, splintered earth, and prairie grass[…..]

From the Archives – Fan Mail: Darren Jones

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In this week’s Fan Mail, we take another look at the work of Darren Jones, a multidisciplinary artist in New York City. Jones’ work takes shape across numerous forms and topics, but it is frequently critical in ways that the contemporary media is often unable to be. In assessments of the hyper-sexual and excessive culture of Fire Island Pines—a historic mecca for gay men—and the overt and aggressive presence[…..]