Volume 31 No.3
THE AVANT-GARDE AND THE DELUSION OF AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM — Part 1: The Illusion of Progress
JORGE MIGUEL BENITEZ’S first installment of a three-part series on the post-election status of American culture.
REMEMBERING DAVID BOWIE
CARINTHIA WEST recalls a summer in 1981 with David Bowie in St.Germans with a rare photograph of him relaxing in the grounds of Port Eliot, seat of the Early of St Germans.
THE BROAD HAS A PROBLEM: PROVINCIALISM
STEPHEN EISENMAN examines the breadth and depth of Los Angeles’ Broad Museum collection.
WHO RUNS OUR MAJOR MUSEUMS AND WHY ARE THEY SO SILENT?
TOM MULLANEY argues major museum directors need to play a greater public role.
Lies, Damn Lies and Serota at the BBC.
CHARLES THOMSON exposes the truth about Sir Nicholas Serota and the bu uidingof the Tate Modern.
For Whom (and What) Does an Artist Truly Perform?
FEIER LAI examines Ai Weiwei’s role in both the art world and the broader culture.
Young Dutch Fashion Designer Conquers the GRAM
ISABELLA LI KOSTRZEWA reports on Iris van Herpen’s exhibition at the Grand Rapids Art Museum.
Parade Excerpts at Corbett vs. Dempsey” review of the quilts of Cauleen Smith by KATE HADLEY TOFTNESS.
Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis by LARRY E. KAMPHAUSEN.
Rhona Hoffman 40 years Part 2: Gender, Race, Identity by LARRY E. KAMPHAUSEN.
When God Was a Woman – musings on the art of Monica Sjöö by FIONA HAMILTON.
Painters’ Painters at the Saatchi Gallery – artists of today who inspire artists of tomorrow by HELEN COAKES-BLUNDELL
SCOUTING THE BLOGS
Re-Politicizing the Art World THOMAS FELDHACKER looks at the ineffectiveness of protests in the art community.
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