A Return to Art Criticism : [Vol. 1, 2014-17]

Berardini, Andrew and Sparks, Kaegan and Henry, Joseph and Cordova, Kimberlee and Wagley, Catherine G. and Twerdy, Saelan and Wetmore, Lauren and Noor, Tausif and D'Souza, Aruna and Speed, Mitch and Hugill, Alison and Aima, Rahel and Castellanos, Ulysses and Beal, Casey and Santos, Juan José. A Return to Art Criticism : [Vol. 1, 2014-17]. Toronto, Ontario: Momus; Toronto, Ontario: /edition, 2017.

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Abstract (English)

"Since 2014, Momus has dedicated itself to the vital, uphill work of producing criticism in a mostly uncritical time. Now, this laureled and loved online publication is moving into print with a compendium of its best – and best-read – art writing to date. This first collection includes selections from Andrew Berardini, Aruna D’Souza, Saelan Twerdy, Tausif Noor, Sky Goodden, Mitch Speed, Casey Beal, Lauren Wetmore, Ulysses Castellanos, Rahel Aimia, Joseph Henry, Kaegan Sparks, Kimberlee Cordova, and Alison Hugill." -- Art Metropole's web site.

Types: Anthologies, essays, collections
All Contributors: Goodden, Sky (Editor); Berardini, Andrew (Author); Sparks, Kaegan (Author); Henry, Joseph (Author); Cordova, Kimberlee (Author); Wagley, Catherine G. (Author); Twerdy, Saelan (Author); Wetmore, Lauren (Author); Noor, Tausif (Author); D'Souza, Aruna (Author); Speed, Mitch (Author); Hugill, Alison (Author); Aima, Rahel (Author); Castellanos, Ulysses (Author); Beal, Casey (Author); Santos, Juan José (Author)
Dossier: 800 - CRITIQUE D'ART & COMMISSARIAT / ART CRITICISM & CURATING
Collation: viii, 178 pages : colour illustrations ; 21 cm
ISBN: 9781775154501
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Toronto, Ontario: Momus; Toronto, Ontario: /edition
Keywords: ART CRITICISM; CURATORIAL PRACTICE
Copyright Statement: Momus 2017
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Contents : How To Be an Unprofessional Artist / by Andrew Berardini -- To Cut and To Swipe : Understanding Hito Steyerl Through "How Not To Be Seen" / by Kaegan Sparks -- The Suffering Body of 1993 : Whatever Happened to the "Abject" / by Joseph Henry -- Misogyny and the Myth of the '90s at Mexico City's Kurimanzutto / by Kimberlee Cordova -- Friends Among Us : Reflections on the Value and RIsk of Nepotism in Art / by Catherine G. Wagley -- A Theory of Everything : On the State of Theory and Criticism / by Saelan Twerdy -- Manigesta 11 : What Artists and Curators Do For Money / by Lauren Wetmore -- Battle Hymn of the Republic : The Measure of Kehinde Wiley in the American South / by Tausif Noor -- Mourning Jimmie Durham / by Aruna D'Souza -- Wu Tsang, Eileen Myles, and Me : Reading Zoe Leonard's " I Want a President" / by Mitch Speed -- Art and Architecture's DIY Pratices and "Folk Politics" : Radical or Picking Up the Social Tab? / by Alison Hugill -- The Center Holds : Bruce High Quality Foundation's Accidental Gulf Nativism / by Rahel Aima -- Morbid Symptoms : In Search of the Post-Contemporary at the 2016 Montreal Biennial / by Saelan Twerdy -- A House Divided : Theaster Gates's Confused Beat at the AGO / by Ulysses Castellanos -- Free to Care Less : On the Cynicism of "Starting a Conversation" / by Casey Beal -- Embracing the Sao Paulo Biennial's Acute Uncertainty / by Juan José Santos -- Grieving in L.A. / by Sky Goodden.

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Date Deposited: 02 Nov 2019 17:52
Last Modified: 05 Nov 2019 16:20
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/31170
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