Lucy Tiven provides an up close and personal excavation of the work and process of visual artist W.C. Bevan.
Janey Smith interrogates the definition, effect, marketability, and reception of contemporary art in the age of YouTube.
Sean Kilpatrick provides commentary on two works of media that have influenced his writing, including his latest, Gil the Nihilist.
Joshua Dildine’s colorful paintings literally smear the boundaries between real and unreal. Gabe Durham takes a closer look at some of the effects of his Photo Series.
Fanzine talks to artist Nikita Gale on the heels of a High Museum of Art gig supporting local artists about the real value of a performer’s work.
O.B. De Alessi
The private world of ten-year-old John is shaken by the unwrapping of his sister’s birthday present, the doll Sunora. The conclusion of a new story written and illustrated by O.B. De Alessi.
O.B. De Alessi
The private world of ten-year-old John is shaken by the unwrapping of his sister’s birthday present, the doll Sunora. The first part of a new story written and illustrated by O.B. De Alessi.
Lara Mimosa Montes
A found-language / daydream in which we imagine that actress Theresa Russell reviews the Tracey Emin installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, forthcoming in 2013, and is a fan.
“Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics, and Painting” is on exhibit at the High Museum of Art as of Valentine’s Day 2013. This is about the beholder and all that is beheld.
Thomas Moore shares his Best of 2012 list now that the world hasn’t ended and more things happened than Xiu Xiu’s Always.