Allie Haeusslein

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Blast from the Past?

"It’s fun to break up the glass. We’re doing our thing for ecology and the Boy Scouts will give us a badge for working here." From the “Suburbia” series, 1971. Gelatin silver print. 14 x 11 inches. Courtesy of the San Jose Museum of Art.

Flipping through Suburbia, Bill Owens’s now seminal examination of suburban life in 1970s California, I find my initial responses closely resemble the way I recall feeling as I watched “Leave it To Beaver” or “I Love Lucy” as a child: amusement, plus a sense of distance from my own way of life.  After scanning the book, I pass it over to my father. A grin[.....]

Fan Mail: Alex McLeod

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For this edition of Fan Mail, Toronto based Alex McLeod has been selected from a group of worthy submissions.  If you would like to be considered, please submit to info@dailyserving.com a link to your website with ‘Fan Mail’ in the subject line.  Two artists are featured each month—the next one could be you! My first look at Alex McLeod’s work immediately reminds me of the photographs[.....]

From the DS Archives-Bill Viola: Bodies of Light

This Sunday, From the DS Archives features internationally recognized video artist, Bill Viola. Viola’s 1996 work The Messenger – a video installation commissioned for Durham Cathedral  in North East England where it was initially installed - is currently included in the group exhibition Videosphere: A New Generation at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY. This article was originally written by Rebekah Drysdale on November 4,[.....]

From the DS Archives: Stefano Arienti

This Sunday, From the DS Archives presents anew the work of Italian artist Stefano Arienti who works with found images and printed materials in the tradition of Arte Povera. Arienti is presently a part of the project Terre Vulnerabili at Hangar Bicocca in Milan, a series of four exhibitions exploring the concept of vulnerability through site-specific works or works redesigned specifically for the space. This article[.....]

From the DS Archives: Dennis Oppenheim

This Sunday, From the DS Archives recalls American land and performance artist, Dennis Oppenheim, who passed away at the beginning of this year. Two sculptures  by Oppenheim – Engagement and Arriving Home – are included in the Vancouver Biennale, which closes June 30th. By positioning works within the context of various hubs of transportation – along bike routes, at the Vancouver International Airport, at new[.....]

Fan Mail: Dominic Lippillo and Mark Schoon

For this edition of Fan Mail, Mississippi  based artist Dominic Lippillo and New York based artist Mark Schoon have been selected from a group of worthy submissions.  If you would like to be considered, please submit to info@dailyserving.com a link to your website with ‘Fan Mail’ in the subject line.  Two artists are featured each month – the next one could be you! Dominic Lippillo and Mark Schoon[.....]

From the DS Archives: Spencer Finch

This Sunday, From the DS Archives invites you to check out a recent commission by American artist, Spencer Finch. Finch is one of the 19 international artists selected to create a commission for the Folkestone Triennial, opening June 25th and just an hour away from London by train. For his commission, titled The Colour of Water, Finch observed the varying tone and color of the[.....]