It’s an Oklahoma Day, Part 1: Oklahoma City

It’s an Oklahoma Day, Part 1: Oklahoma City

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...
Burak Arikan: the monotony of your next vacation

Burak Arikan: the monotony of your next vacation

A biennale in a holiday destination can seem like icing on the cake, but a work at the 5th Biennale in Marrakech explores the baking recipe itself. Burak Arikan is a Turkish artist whose home country, like Morocco, numbers its visitors in the tens of millions. One...
New York’s A Snoozefest…

New York’s A Snoozefest…

But we ain’t napping! Instead, we’re working our smooth moves to get NYC into bed with us. Founding members Amanda Browder, Richard Holland and Duncan MacKenzie are leading by example as they keep the bed warm at the Volta NY fair, where they’re...
Chicagoaxaca: An Interview with Iván Arenas

Chicagoaxaca: An Interview with Iván Arenas

Guest Post by Daniel Tucker On February 12th, two new printmaking exhibitions opened at Art In These Times, an occasional exhibition venue in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood that is situated in the offices of the 35-year-old progressive news magazine In...
Seeing. Movies. Barton Fink and the Life of the Mind

Seeing. Movies. Barton Fink and the Life of the Mind

Guest Post: This essay is part of a series by David Carl If I had created the City of my dream, the City that is not, never was and yet manifests itself with acuteness, smells and loud sounds, if I had created that City, I would not only have been moving in complete...