Edition #32

Edition #32

Trending: Florida! The invasion has begun. Feeling a little tropical, Chicago? WTT? couldn’t be more proud to see our own cracked out home state finally trending somewhere aside from Buzzfeed. McCraney addressing the “fancy people” at the Palmer...
On Jose Lerma’s “La Bella Crisis”

On Jose Lerma’s “La Bella Crisis”

The floor is covered with silver tarps and the entrance wall has the press release hand scrawled in acrylic paint. Partitions of white heavy plastic sheeting hanging from aluminum support beams create booths to mimic an art fair. This is Jose Lerma’s own art fair,...
It’s an Atlanta Day! Part 2: Priscilla Smith

It’s an Atlanta Day! Part 2: Priscilla Smith

Over the coming months, the Bad at Sports blog is featuring quick glimpses of the art world as it exists in smaller cities across the country and around the world. Each glimpse is byway of some of the said city’s local characters, which include but are not limited to...
Meanwhile… rambling on the zero

Meanwhile… rambling on the zero

                      A few weeks after the Death of a Salesman opened it’s doors at the Morosco Theater in 1949, Arthur Miller ruminated in the New York Times, “There is a misconception of tragedy with which I...
Seaside postcards: Spencer Tunick in Folkestone

Seaside postcards: Spencer Tunick in Folkestone

Museums at Night appears yet to reach the US, but if any cultural impresarios are reading, this concept is ripe for import. In the UK it’s an annual extravaganza which sees nearly 500 museums throwing open their doors after hours. It generates crowds, good will and...