Matthew Girson: Seeing Slowly in Dark Light

Matthew Girson: Seeing Slowly in Dark Light

The Painter’s Other Library, oil on Alupanel, 36 panels, each 16 x 32”, 2014 Guest Post by Anne Harris Matthew Girson is out of step. In our era of split-second digital dissemination, he paints meticulously crafted still lifes that are impossible to reproduce....
Becoming my idol with Keith J. Varadi

Becoming my idol with Keith J. Varadi

Guest post by Jacob Wick. I met Keith J Varadi—artist, poet, writer, performer, and Associate Director at Greene Exhibitions—at the HMS Bounty, one of my favorite bars in Koreatown. We began by talking about Lance Stephenson’s conduct in the recently-concluded NBA...
Out of the Mouths of Artists: Michael Gimenez

Out of the Mouths of Artists: Michael Gimenez

“Out of the Mouths of Artists” is a new bi-monthly series on the Bad at Sports blog. The series presents a space for guest artist bloggers–of varying career statuses–to write, to reflect, to pontificate on their current situations, failures and/or successes, and ideas...
Robert Ashley at the Whitney Biennial

Robert Ashley at the Whitney Biennial

Guest post by Erin Leland Staged inside the 2014 Whitney Biennial, three operas, originally written and scored by American composer Robert Ashley, and currently directed by Alex Waterman, took place: Vidas Perfectas, The Trial of Anne Opie Wehrer, and Crash. A floor...