Tuesday, October 06, 2009
The accompanying catalog to my exhibition of the drawing-based work of Ree Morton (1936-1977), currently on view at The Drawing Center, features a conversation with Cornelia H. Butler and Allan Schwartzman, as well as Lucy Lippard’s 1973 essay “At the Still Point of the Turning World” with a new introduction by the author.
A short essay I wrote on the Polaroids of Carlo Mollino is in this month's edition of Flash Art.
An essay on Indian artist Tallur L.N. I wrote last year is published in conjunction with the artist's recent show, Placebo, in Mumbai.
My recent text on conditions of medium specificity and the filmic apparatus is included in Lisa Oppenheim's current exhibition, Invention Without a Future, at Harris Lieberman in New York.
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