Clips

Please find a sampling of my recent writing credits below.

  Untitled Microphone Sculpture , 2018, bronze panel, ceramic tile, mirror tile, animal skin, books, shea butter, ceramic, plant, oil stick, black soap, and wax, 72 x 96 x 6 1/8 inches (182.9 x 243.8 x 15.6 cm)

Untitled Microphone Sculpture, 2018, bronze panel, ceramic tile, mirror tile, animal skin, books, shea butter, ceramic, plant, oil stick, black soap, and wax, 72 x 96 x 6 1/8 inches (182.9 x 243.8 x 15.6 cm)

Exhibition Review: Rashid Johnson: The Rainbow Sign

Viscous black liquids cascade down the picture planes as scrawled drawings of agonized grimaces and anxious eyes confront the viewer at every turn. Indeed, Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Rashid Johnson’s current David Kordansky exhibition, The Rainbow Sign is a masterclass in haunting and subtly violent imagery. Read more here


Exhibition Review: BEYOND THE STREETS

Wandering through the cavernous, labyrinthine yet thoroughly modern galleries of BEYOND THE STREETS — graffiti and street art historian Roger Gastman’s love letter to the genre — the viewer stumbles upon a modest and intimate installation resembling an ancient Roman temple. Closer inspection, however, reveals references to a myriad of other religious traditions, including Buddhist prayer wheels and a relief sculpture of the Biblical serpent tempting Eve. It is this blending of worlds, this juxtaposition of old and new, East and West, and high and low-brow art that defines this  extravaganza of an exhibition. Read more here

 Banksy,  Boy and Dog in a Stop and Search  (2017).

Banksy, Boy and Dog in a Stop and Search (2017).


 David Hockney,  Frank Gehry, 24th, 25th February 2016 . Photograph: Richard Schmidt.

David Hockney, Frank Gehry, 24th, 25th February 2016. Photograph: Richard Schmidt.

Exhibition Review: David Hockney: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life

What is the value of community? For David Hockney, one of Britain’s most prominent living painters, the circle of friends, fellow artists, and employees joyfully and intimately rendered in his current Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) exhibition, 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life reveal the invigorating and inspirational power of camaraderie. Read more here