My close colleague Veritas Rechtschreiber has contributed a text to “Twain,” an exhibition organized by The Art Foundation.
My review of “Where Is The Power” at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, curated by Terri Thornton, is online at ..might be good.
Today will give a gallery talk at the Dallas Museum of Art, discussing work by the Gutai group, Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Cubic Meter of Infinity, James Welling’s Railroad Pictures and others in the museum’s current exhibition “Variations on a Theme.” More information is on the exhibition’s web page and the schedule of gallery talks.
My short survey of the German painter Raimund Girke is online at Literal magazine.
On September 6th at The Power Station in Dallas, as part of the series Four Nights, Four Decades, I will speak on “The MTV Era: 1980s Video Art,” introducing a screening of works by artists Dara Birnbaum, Joan Braderman, Joan Logue and Michael Smith.
Is free online learning going to put traditional colleges out of business? For a college professor, it’s hard to read the news these days and not worry about this threat. For one thing, the businesses of journalism, publishing and music, all decimated by the internet, bear uncomfortable similarity to that of higher education. In each case, valuable intellectual property is threatened by free online copying and distribution. For another, the industries of health care, higher education and (formerly) housing all share another uncomfortable similarity: in an era of stagnant household incomes, their costs are inexorably rising, leading to ever-increasing indebtedness. Simple arithmetic…
My review of Adam McEwen at the Goss-Michael Foundation in Dallas is online at …might be good.
My review of Jacob El Hanani at Holly Johnson Gallery is online at …might be good.
On Friday, June 15th, at 9:30pm, I am giving an introduction to Corinna Belz’s 2011 film, Gerhard Richter Painting, at the Dallas Museum of Art.
My review of the 2012 one-time Dallas Biennale is online at FrontRow.
I presented a paper on “Illocutionary Acts of Criticism” at the David Dillon Symposium.
My review of “Color Pictures” at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts is online at Pastelegram.
My essay for DB12 Volume 1, the Dallas Biennial, is online. I discuss works by Guillaume Leblon, Sharon Ya’ari, Artur Barrio, Irena Knezevic, Matthew Girson, Brad Tucker, and Michael Vorfeld.
My review of Glenn Ligon at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is online at D Magazine‘s FrontRow.
This Saturday, Darryl Lauster and I will have a conversation about his exhibition, Of Thee I Sing, at the Barry Whistler Gallery in Dallas.
My review of Michael Bise at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts is online at …might be good.
My review of Andrew Douglas Underwood: Archive of Shadows at SMU’s Hawn Gallery is online at Pastelegram.
My review of Nigel Cooke at the Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas is online at …might be good.