John P. Hogan previews KNOWLEDGES, a two day art event to be held at LA’s historic Mount Wilson Observatory this June.
John Hogan looks at the lasting influence of writer and rock musician Ian Svenonius, a prominent member of the bands The Make Up and Nation of Ulysses.
John P. Hogan considers Utah artist Jon McNaughton’s controversial print “The Forgotten Man” in the context of history painting and politically-charged contemporary artworks.
John P. Hogan looks back at Paul McCarthy and Mike Kelley’s seminal video “Family Tyranny/Cultural Soup” through the lens of internet comedy duo Tim and Eric.
Reflecting on the problem of artistic labor and exploitation, John Hogan looks back at the funny and caustic 1960s-era cartoons of Theodore L. Shaw.
The 1990s cult television sitcom “Get A Life” provides guest blogger John P. Hogan with an unlikely means of understanding the works of Paul McCarthy and Mike Kelley.
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