A Conversation with Bridget Donahue

A Conversation with Bridget Donahue

Bridget Donahue is standing in her own gallery of the same name overlooking the Bowery. Bridget Donahue is a space longer than it is wide, with two rooms. One room is a long spacious stretch; the second, smaller room also serves as an exhibition venue referred to as...
Top 3 Weekend Picks! (2/13-2/15)

Top 3 Weekend Picks! (2/13-2/15)

1. Double Exposure at Roots & Culture Work by Lyra Hill and Daviel Shy. Roots & Culture is located at 1034 N. Milwaukee Ave. Screening Sunday at 7pm. 2. Visitation Rites III at The Franklin Work by Angie Evans, Phil Parcellano, Gwen Zabicki, Philip von Zweck,...
Nikita Kadan: radical roots from Kiev

Nikita Kadan: radical roots from Kiev

The current political differences between Moscow and Kiev seem intractable. But it remains true that both governments have an interest in cultivating sustenance. Both governments need to eat. A new London show by Ukrainian artist Nikita Kadan revolves around a...
Top 5 Weekend Picks! (2/6-2/8)

Top 5 Weekend Picks! (2/6-2/8)

1. 2nd Floor Rear 24 Hour Alt. Space Festival Including events at I am Logan Square Gallery, Hume Gallery, Crown Liquors, Dreamland D, Kitchen Space Gallery, Corner, Tritriangle, Uncharted Books, The Whistler, Autotelic Studios, Church of the Advent, and multiple...
Licking The Boot That Kicks Us

Licking The Boot That Kicks Us

Last month, on January 6th, I published in this blog a column entitled, “Chilling Me Softly.” The topic, generally, was about censorship, about the intentional cultivation of censorship as a promotional strategy, and about the the subsequent chilling...