The Reality of Rejection

The Reality of Rejection

By: Lea Devon Sorrentino Even before seeing the work I wanted to write about Best of the Worst, the recent exhibition at the Practice Gallery in Philadelphia. The title is amusing and the concept clever– a gallery full of artists who’d previously been rejected...
The Kingdom of Kitai at Ulterior Gallery

The Kingdom of Kitai at Ulterior Gallery

by Kelsey Brod The Kingdom of Kitai at Ulterior Gallery in New York’s Lower East Side opens the tiny gallery like a tunnel to narrative artist Gaku Tsutaja’s world. Though the kingdom is fictional, Tsutaja uses her father’s experience as a civil engineer in Tokyo, and...
What We Want Is You.

What We Want Is You.

By Randall Szott, I hate baseball. To be a fan of it requires patience, an appreciation for subtlety, and an abundance of attention that I simply can’t muster. Not valuing baseball is just one of many of my character flaws that Ted Purves characteristically saw past...
Seeking Location: Mapping & Borders in Art

Seeking Location: Mapping & Borders in Art

Post by Emma E. Jensen MICHIGAN CITY, Ind.– Seeking Location: Mapping & Borders in Art is a 12-artist exhibition at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts showcasing the arbitrariness of borders and boundaries and how they connect with geo-political influences and...
A Taste of Chicago’s Renaissance: Noname at Metro Chicago

A Taste of Chicago’s Renaissance: Noname at Metro Chicago

Post contributed by Sabrina Greig.  Thursday, Feb 9th’s line-up at the Metro Chicago demonstrated the vibrancy of the Black millennial talent blossoming in Chicago’s artistic Renaissance. The main headliner of the soulful R&B concert featured breakout artist...