Posts Tagged ‘Bean Gilsdorf’

Best of 2015 – Help Desk: Selling Out

Installation view: Tony Conrad. Two Degrees of Separation, Kunsthalle Wien 2014, Photo: Stephan Wyckoff: Grommet Horn, ca. 1970, Replik 2014, Courtesy the artist and Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne

Today we kick off our annual Best Of series with a selection from senior editor Vivian Sming: “Bean Gilsdorf hits the nail on the head once again in her Help Desk article on ‘selling out.’ As an artist, there will always be certain opportunities that come knocking on your door that cause you to raise an eyebrow. In part, we may carry some sort of guilt[…..]

Best of 2014 – Help Desk: Stop, Thief!

Raymond Pettibon. No Title (Are your motives), 1987; ink on paper.

For today’s installment of our Best of 2014 series, we have a selection from regular contributor Adam Rompel, who writes, “What’s better than having an art-existential crisis? Finding the answer to one. I picked this specific ‘Help Desk’ entry because it hits a universal neurotic nerve that all artists have around authorship and originality. It is one that has informed my own work more than any[…..]

Best of 2013 – #Hashtags: On the Political in Art

As we continue our Best of 2013 series, today’s pick comes from Bean Gilsdorf, who writes, “As the managing editor of Daily Serving, I get to work with over thirty super-talented authors from around the world, so it’s very hard for me to select just one article for this series. However, I really appreciate the energy that Anuradha Vikram has brought to writing and editing our[…..]