Posts Tagged ‘Best of 2013’

Best of 2013 – AFRICOBRA at the Logan Center for the Arts

Happy New Year! For the last day of our Best of 2013 series, we bring you Randall Miller‘s review of AFRICOBRA at the Logan Center for the Arts in Chicago. This review was originally published on July 23, 2013, and as a consideration of art, activism, race, class, and collectivism, it bears a second look as we move forward into the new year. What changes—in[…..]

Best of 2013 – Robert Heinecken at Cherry & Martin

For today’s installment of our Best of 2013 series, we have a selection from co-founder Seth Curcio, who writes, “Robert Heinecken has always lived near the top of my favorites list. So, reading this lovely review of his recent project in LA was a nice little surprise. It gave me the opportunity to reflect on how Heinecken’s work operates in today’s context—shedding light on how[…..]

Best of 2013 – Mike Kelley at MOMA PS1

For our Best of 2013 series, Fan Mail columnist A. Will Brown selected Alex Bigman‘s review of Mike Kelley’s retrospective at PS1. Says Brown, “The untimely death of Mike Kelley is a potent reminder of how important every minute can be, particularly for those exploring and challenging the very mesh of society. This article, while particularly well written, hints at the importance of displaying Kelley’s oeuvre,[…..]

Best of 2013 – LUXUS Magazine at Wrocław Contemporary Museum

As we continue our look back over the year, today’s Best of 2013 selection comes from Ashley Stull, who writes, “I’ve never been to Poland. I’ve thus far remained shielded from the weight of Communist regimes; and my best protest to date has been limiting my mother on my portion of cauliflower. Succeeding where I have failed, Michal Wisniowski visited the Wrocław Contemporary Museum and[…..]

Best of 2013 – With Cinder Blocks We Flatten Our Photographs at Romer Young

Regular contributor Randall Miller selected With Cinder Blocks We Flatten Our Photographs for today’s edition of Daily Serving’s Best of 2013. Of his selection, Miller says, “Right now it feels like there is a sea change going on in photography. This past year, I noticed quite a few photographers who are exploring really thought-provoking conceptual territory, while pushing the formal boundaries of the medium in exciting[…..]

Best of 2013 – Jonathan Ehrenberg: The Outskirts at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery

Continuing our Best of 2013 series, Nandita Raghuram writes, “This thought-provoking article, rich with colorful images, provides a concise examination of the multi-faceted video by Jonathan Ehrenberg. The vivid descriptions usher the reader into the macabre world of the video, while the thoughtful visual analysis justly captures Ehrenberg’s interwoven themes. Rather than sidestepping the ambiguity inherent to the piece, the author embraces its jarring nature,[…..]

Best of 2013 – Cripplewood at the Venice Biennale

Here at Daily Serving we count down the days to the New Year by presenting you with our best writing from the outgoing year. Today’s review was selected by writer and Regional Editor Marilyn Goh, who says, “I came to know about Ghent-based artist Berlinde De Bruyckere through Thea’s pitch of Cripplewood-Kreupelhout at the 55th Venice Biennale. Months later, the unsettling images of Bruyckere’s works[…..]