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Jessica Stockholder, "Red Tube + Two", 2005

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Playing with Contemporary Art

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Playing with Contemporary Art

Season 3 artist Jessica Stockholder states, “What kids do with play is a kind of learning and thinking. It is a kind of learning and thinking that doesn’t have a …

John Lewis. Courtesy High Museum.

Road to Freedom: Interview with Julian Cox

Road to Freedom: Interview with Julian Cox

Like many museums, traveling shows tend to dominate the exhibition schedule at the High Museum of Art. In contrast, Road to Freedom: Photographs from the Civil Rights Movement, 1956-1968, organized …

Left, Photo of Superflex by Nikolai Howalt (via superflex.net), Right, My Skype Conversation with Bjørnstjerne Christiansen

Flash Points

Economic Sur-realities: A Conversation with Bjøernstjerne Christiansen of SUPERFLEX

Flash Points

Economic Sur-realities: A Conversation with Bjøernstjerne Christiansen of SUPERFLEX

Danish art group SUPERFLEX has been exacerbating the art world for over a decade with its irreverent style of questioning, which hits hard at the foundations of the West’s economic …

Micahel David Murphy, Barbers for Change, 2008. Courtesy MDM.

Celebrating Atlanta Photography: Michael David Murphy

Celebrating Atlanta Photography: Michael David Murphy

Michael David Murphy, 100%. A single frame of film from 01/18/2009 in Washington, DC. Audio from Bloom. © MDM. As part of my quest to learn more about the Atlanta …

Shiloh Baptist Church. Courtesy Hidden Philadelphia.

Weekly Round-Up

Weekly Round-Up

A collaborative video installation by Raymond Pettibon and Yoshua Okon premiered last week at the  Armory Center for the Arts. The work  explores the tight-knit subculture of old hippies and …

Roy Lichtenstein, 'Tintin in the New World', 1993

Letter from London

Letter from London: Comics Trip

Letter from London

Letter from London: Comics Trip

(Disclaimer: this Letter from London is actually from Paris. Apologies.) Speaking French makes your mouth assume a range of attractive poses, which is why I always say the word boulangerie …