Articles by Kelly Huang

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Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Text Sightings at dOCUMENTA(13)

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Text Sightings at dOCUMENTA(13)

Kelly Huang shares photographic notes and “text sightings” from her visits to dOCUMENTA (13).

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Inspired Reading | Richard T. Walker

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Richard T. Walker

British artist Richard T. Walker shares the reading list that inspires his practice, which includes videos, performances and photographs.

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Inspired Reading | What is on YOUR list?

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | What is on YOUR list?

Kelly Huang shares some of her own personal favorite readings, and ask readers to get in touch and let her know what publications have inspired them.

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Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Devon Bella of Kadist SF

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Devon Bella of Kadist SF

Huang talks to the program manager of Kadist SF, a contemporary art space with a Reading Shop and a residency program for art magazine publishers.

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Inspired Reading | Anthony Elms

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Anthony Elms

ICA Philadelphia associate curator Anthony Elms discusses texts that deal with clothing, fashion, and how we project ideas about ourselves into the world.

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Inspired Reading | Mauricio Ancalmo

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Mauricio Ancalmo

San Francisco artist Mauricio Ancalmo discusses the books that have inspired his complex, multi-media sound and light pieces, including 2010’s “Monolithoscope.”

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Inspired Reading | 2011 List

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | 2011 List

Kelly Huang shares five of her favorite literary-related articles, books and websites from the past year.

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Inspired Reading | Alena Williams on Nancy Holt

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Alena Williams on Nancy Holt

  Nancy Holt, perhaps best known for her Sun Tunnels installed the Utah desert, is currently the subject of a traveling exhibition, Nancy Holt: Sightlines, curated by Alena Williams. The exhibition originated at …

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Inspired Reading | Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven

Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven is an artist based in Antwerp, Belgium. Her work is currently being featured in a solo exhibition, In a Saturnian World, at the Renaissance Society (on view …

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Inspired Reading | Trevor Paglen

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen is an artist, researcher, and writer based in New York and San Francisco. His art practice centers around making what is typically invisible visible—specifically, covert military and intelligence …

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Inspired Reading | Geof Oppenheimer

Inspired Reading

Inspired Reading | Geof Oppenheimer

This month, I had the pleasure of speaking to Geof Oppenheimer, a Chicago- and San Francisco-based artist, about his upcoming exhibition, Inside every man, part of him wants to burn …

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Introducing Inspired Reading and Jens Hoffmann’s Istanbul Biennial Reading List

Inspired Reading

Introducing Inspired Reading and Jens Hoffmann’s Istanbul Biennial Reading List

Each month, Inspired Reading features an interview with an artist or cultural producer about their current project(s), focusing on what texts have informed them along the way. Each column includes a …

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Initial Thoughts on SF

Initial Thoughts on SF

The San Francisco Bay Area is still new to me. I am still trying to learn as much as I can about both the history of art in the area …

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Notes from a Biennial Conference

Notes from a Biennial Conference

In September, the Bergen Kunsthall hosted “To Biennial or Not to Biennial” in Bergen, Norway. The goal was to gather a group of people in the arts to discuss the …

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The center of the art world?

The center of the art world?

The New York art world is a shell of its former self. And I think that’s because New York is such a hard city to live in, that it is …

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An Artist and a Citizen

An Artist and a Citizen

Theaster Gates is an artist living and working in Chicago. Labeling him an artist certainly does not capture who he is and what he does, though. He is often referred …

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This is so contemporary!

This is so contemporary!

German artist Tino Sehgal recently spoke about his practice in a discussion with Jens Hoffmann at the California College of the Arts (CCA) in San Francisco. Sehgal has been showing …

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Flash Points

Scenes from a Globalized Art World

Flash Points

Scenes from a Globalized Art World

I’d like to start my guest blogging with Art21 by bringing up a series of questions surrounding globalization and artistic representation. My primary research interest is in the art market …

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Flash Points

The Fire’s Good for the Forest: An Interview with David A. Ross

Flash Points

The Fire’s Good for the Forest: An Interview with David A. Ross

David A. Ross, best known for his directorships at the Whitney Museum of American Art and SFMOMA, has taken on a variety of leadership positions in the art world. Besides …