“We’re Not Much Different, You and I…”

“We’re Not Much Different, You and I…”

You’ve never heard of Judith Louise Marone, an employee of a Kroger Grocery Store in her early sixties, but then, she had never heard of Joseph Pablo Sobel until meeting him in the magazine aisle. Starting from a quick video of her in front of the magazines as she...
ART REVIEW HAIKUS by amanda browder

ART REVIEW HAIKUS by amanda browder

Three Art Review Haiku’s for three of the artists at The Hole Gallery in NYC. Matt Jones Solar pleixs edge Sneezed stars with tomb resonance Square held universe Kadar Brock Pretend depth via, skimmed surface deconstructed Each hole dripped with sharp Scott...
REVIEW: Wave Int’l Issue 01

REVIEW: Wave Int’l Issue 01

Wave Int’l isn’t like any of the publications I’ve previously reviewed. Wave is a network that is documented in a quarterly exhibition and journal. Wave Int’l is co-directed by Brian Khek and Jasmine Lee, two students at the School of the Art Institute of...
REVIEW: Can I Come Over to Your House?

REVIEW: Can I Come Over to Your House?

Can I Come Over to Your House?, the anthology commemorating the first ten years of The Suburban, has a strange power to make its beholders confess to their unwavering love of co-founder Michelle Grabner. “I know I’m impulse buying, but I have to get this because...