“Questioning The Innovation Agenda” is the first of a series of six essays proposing a critical perspective on innovation In the arts.
“In some ways it’s very much about innocence and loss of innocence,” the artist Kyle deCamp told me over tea a week and some ago, “and our collective complicity in this fantasy that we live these autonomous private lives that are constantly at odds with power.”
Marin Sander-Holzman talks to Miguel Gutierrez about his show myendlesslove opening at Abrons on 10/9.
Andy shares some thoughts on Jewish Philanthropy, The Arts & Next Gen Donors
Zoë Geltman talks with Rachel Chavkin about the latest from the TEAM
Tatayana Tenenbaum shares thoughts from her most recent process.
Culturebot contributor Sarah Rose Leonard shares responses to some of the work she saw at TBA13 in Portland.
Michael DiPietro responds to “Massive Attack v Adam Curtis” at the Park Avenue Armory
A forward-looking backward glance at a decade of PRELUDE by Jeffrey M. Jones