Jeff Jackson’s second installation of Ideal Home Noise rounds up new work from Tom McCarthy, Mickey Zacchilli, and Bob Dylan.
How do we begin to talk about work that we can barely begin to identify the direction of?
Todd Colby reviews an exhibition of collages by John Asbhery and Guy Maddin at the Tibor de Nagy gallery in Manhattan thru July 31.
Tanner Tafelski takes a look back at the three most recent films by Sean Baker, recently including Tangerine, a feature film shot via the iPhone5.
“In the future (which isn’t too far off now, about fifty years or so, I’d guess), the scientists of the world will study love. ” Dalton Day reviews a new collaboration between Carolyn DeCarlo and Jackson Nieuwland.
“Halpern filters autopsy language through various lyrical and analytic modes, melding it with Whitman, Genet, Foucault, 19th century autopsy manual, Wikileaks document, de Sade, de Beauvoir, Alice Notley, Marx, Hegel, Baudelaire, etc.” Dodie Bellamy reviews.
The latest film from Francesco Munzi appropriates mob culture, not through violence, but through moral strategy. Eric Nelson reviews.
The colliding lives of badger baiters and lamb birthers derive beautifully stark tension. Nathaniel Popkin reviews.
The conclusion of our Mad Max retrospective, with a deep gaze into its latest addition, Fury Road, with Sasha Fletcher.
Grace Shuyi Liew
Exploring the long lineage of the aestheticizing of feminized suffering, via Ginger Ko’s Motherlover. Grace Shuyi Liew reviews.