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Interview with Asha Schechter

Schechter-Tabari

From our friends at Kadist Art Foundation in San Francisco, today we bring you a conversation between artist Asha Schechter and Kadist’s director of collections, Devon Bella. This unique interview also features an animation by Yashar Tabari underscoring Schechter’s discussion of “the simultaneity of images… You can’t really see one image without seeing another.”

Deborah Roberts: One and Many at Art Palace

Deborah Roberts. Untitled No. 33, n.d.; Mixed media on paper, 14 x 17 in.

From our friends at Glasstire, today we bring you a review of Deborah Roberts’ current solo show at Art Palace in Houston, Texas. Author Betsy Huete notes, “To make political work without literally telling the viewer how he should think or feel is a tall order, yet Roberts pulls it off masterfully by intertwining the personal with the ideological. She infuses her work with subtle yet powerful[…..]

Amber Cowan: Second-Life Glass at the Museum of Craft and Design

Amber Cowan. Gray 80, 2014; flame-worked glass; 64 x 28 x 4 in. Courtesy of the Artist and Museum of Craft and Design. Photo: Amber Cowan.

Shotgun Reviews are an open forum where we invite the international art community to contribute timely, short-format responses to an exhibition or event. If you are interested in submitting a Shotgun Review, please click this link for more information. In this Shotgun Review, Sienna Freeman reviews Amber Cowan: Second-Life Glass at the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco. Upon entering the Museum of Craft and Design’s current exhibition, Amber Cowan:[…..]

Ai Weiwei: @ Large at Alcatraz

Ai Wei Wei. With Wind, 2014; installation detail, New Industries Building, Alcatraz. Courtesy of FOR-SITE Foundation. Photo: Jan Stürmann.

Today from our partners at Art Practical, we bring you Heidi Rabben’s assessment of @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz. Rabben writes, “…certainly, awareness and exposure counts for something, but whether or not these quantitative measurements will effectively impact or change any thinking about human rights is uncertain, and is therefore also a missed opportunity.” This article was originally published on November 24, 2014. This text is likely neither the first[…..]

LA Department of Cultural Affairs Arts Development Fee Temporary Intervention!

Machine Project Still from LA Department of Cultural Affairs Arts Development Fee Temporary Intervention!

Today we bring you Machine Project’s video documentation of LA Department of Cultural Affairs Arts Development Fee Temporary Intervention!, a day-long series of performances conducted on or near the sidewalk in front of 11750 W. Olympic Boulevard in West Los Angeles. Machine Project describes the lineup as including, “synchronized group walking, improvised music, turkey blessings, professional sign twirlers, dance, experimental burden carrying, and non-traditional use of[…..]

Happy Thanksgiving!

Gianni Colombo. Installation view of Ambienti, n.d. Photo: Greene Naftali Gallery.

Today we raise a glass to our excellent writers, who send us reports from around the world on the most thought-provoking exhibitions; to our editors and copy editor, who make us look clean and sharp; and to our 2014 sponsors, who keep the lights on at Daily Serving. Of course, we’d be nothing without our readers. Thank you for joining us here every day for the[…..]

The Black Radical Imagination II at REDCAT

Jeannette Ehlers. Still from Black Bullets, 2012; 4:33 min.

Shotgun Reviews are an open forum where we invite the international art community to contribute timely, short-format responses to an exhibition or event. If you are interested in submitting a Shotgun Review, please click this link for more information. In this Shotgun Review, Noé Gaytán reviews The Black Radical Imagination II at REDCAT in Los Angeles. The notion of the black radical imagination stems from the writing of Robin D.G. Kelley,[…..]