Repo(session)

From Critics’ Choices: Art, Chicago Reader
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From Stephanie Brooks, whose strange song lyrics have been borrowed from nonmusical sources, to Jan Estep, who makes outline drawings of Antarctica, the 12 artists in this show mostly take a playful approach to art making in the age of Read more…

Digital Dexterity

From The Gambit Weekly
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Over its rise from scientific novelty to market commodity, “digital” is a word that has become synonymous with technocracy and hype, with the profusion of “time- and labor- saving” devices that clutter up our lives and take lifetimes to master. Read more…

Black, White, and Striped

From The Gambit Weekly
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High-concept media efforts like those seen in ads and movies were never supposed to have anything to do with conceptual art, but it was probably inevitable that their paths would eventually cross. After all, both are based on ideas. At Read more…

Blind Fatih

From The Gambit Weekly
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With No Dead Artists, where the celebration is among the living, Jonathan Ferrara throws ‘em up against the wall and sees what happens. What’s in a name? No matter what they refer to, names and titles can be full of Read more…

Judge, Jury of One Mind

From The Orlando Sentinel
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Artists know well that juried exhibitions reflect the prejudices of their jurors. Apparently the 1991 Annual Juried Exhibition at the Orlando Museum of Art is no exception. The show is dominated by predictably postmodernist themes and motifs – ironic observations, Read more…