Category Archives: Art

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TBA Festival 2011: Patrick J Rock, Kate Gilmore, Michael Groisman, Claire Fontaine, & Beyondadoubt Show Review

There were no bouncy castles to be found where I grew up, so I’ve been waiting all my life to finally get in on some inflatable jump room action. Naturally, when I arrived at the launch of TBA’s 2011 festival at Washington High School, I beelined to get to the head of the queue for...Read...
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Rena Littleson Draws Herself In Black And White Detail.

Australian artist Rena Littleson‘s latest self-portrait series puts her in situations and postures occupied by the self-conscious, the martyred, the shamed, the belligerent, and the confused. It’s not stated overtly whether these images are actually a reflection of her mind-state at any given time or not, but the drawings, though excellently rendered and realistically grey-scaled,...Read...
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Black And White Has Never Looked So Good, With Ingo Giezendanner

[ABOVE] Nieves’ logo, which looks a little bit like McDonald’s Grimace — only much more well-read… Swiss publishing house, Nieves, really knows how to make you drool over a hard-copy art book. Their latest offering is entitled Iskandariyah Skan, and features the work of Zurich-based mixed media and installation artist, Ingo Giezendanner (whose website, it...Read...