Posts Tagged ‘Best of 2011’

Best of 2011
True Grit: Michaela Eichwald at Reena Spaulings

As we continue to look back to the best articles, interviews, and reviews of 2011, today we have Michael Tomeo‘s article True Grit. Selected for Best of 2011 by DailyServing’s New York based writer, Carmen Winant, True Grit features works by Michaela Eichwald at Reena Spaulings Fine Art. In addition to True Grit, in 2011 Michael has wrote other great articles like Oh No You[.....]

Best of 2011
Heaven Is A Place Where Nothing Ever Happens

From across the world, our Melbourne based writer, Joleen Loh, picked Michelle Schultz‘s review of the Folkestone Triennial in the UK as her favorite article of 2011. “I really enjoyed her description of AK Dolven’s Out of Tune and how she relates that back to the theme of the Triennial – it was really clear and descriptive which got me really excited about triennial.” –[.....]

Best of 2011
Feminist Finish Fetish

For Best of 2011, our West Coast Editor, Danielle Sommer, fell in love with Catherine Wagley‘s article, Feminist Finish Fetish, from her weekly column, L.A. Expanded. “I loved Catherine’s piece on Judy Chicago. Not just because of the snappy name, but because she managed to reframe Chicago’s practice for me.” – Danielle Sommer. We hope you find Feminist Finish Fetish as enlightening as we do.[.....]

Best of 2011
Go to Hell Moamar: Benghazi’s Aesthetic Insurrection

As we welcome in the new year at DailyServing, we take the time to reflect on some of the 365 articles, interviews, and reviews we have completed over the last 12 months. Our writer, Catlin Moore, loved Matthew Harrison Tedford‘s article from our new series on art and politics, #Hashtags. We are so proud of our regular series, LA Expanded, Fan Mail, and #Hashtags, and[.....]

Best of 2011
Boulevard: An Interview with Katy Grannan

As we welcome in the new year at DailyServing, we take the time to reflect on some of the 365 articles, interviews, and reviews we have completed over the last 12 months. Today, we have Michelle Schultz‘s pick for her favorite article of 2011 — Seth Curcio‘s interview with Katy Grannan. ‘I love discovering new artists – and found work of Katy Grannan instantly seductive,[.....]