From a rejection letter received the other day --
I am both honored and deeply flattered that you have chosen "X" Gallery to review your work for e...
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Jasper Johns works on etching plates in a Paris studio, April 1978. Photograph courtesy Associated Press.
I took a walking meditation workshop last w...
Art causes even more problems than it solves, when it questions foregone conclusions and assumptions. And unlike assembling a chair, there isn't one way to do it right and you can't know what it's going to look like by studying the box.
With every artist rushing to the top, and with only so many slots to fill, ethics often get overlooked. Here are some things I see often, and want artists to consider when deciding how to proceed.
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