The Disappearing Ox is available for $28 at Brilliantbooks.com In the 1990s, the artist Max Gimblett suggested a novel yet intriguing project to the poet Lewis Hyde; that they create a modern, American version of the twelfth-century Chinese parable known as the Oxherding series. Hyde agreed, and from there emerged an odyssey into the realm […]
We’re interested in contemporary art in both traditional and nontraditional contexts, with an emphasis on inclusivity and accessibility. Our goal is to highlight working artists, new and progressive spaces, as well as publishers of artist books and other attainable media. To acknowledge work overlooked with time, while remaining informed and critical of the greater Art community, and its collaborative role in building a society.
This year, ShowHamptons launched their inaugural Hamptons Virtual Art Fair, hosted by the Paris-based designer Christofle. The fair features 90 international galleries and 105 booth displays from 11 US cities, displaying altogether over 2,000 pieces of artwork. Artworks are displayed in virtual reality booths in 2D and 3D, and visitors can virtually navigate the exhibition […]
Illuminating Disparity: Economic Inequality in the Midwest examines the contemporary world through a socioeconomic lens. By using documentary photography, emphasis is placed on culture, values, and political issues in the context of the Midwest. The current estimates of economic inequality leaves the top twenty percent holding eighty percent of the wealth while the bottom forty percent […]
Since photography’s inception, the publics’ natural inclination is that photography is the ultimate truth-teller. They have been misled. Today, more than ever before, we are surrounded by lies. Our culture is dominated by photographs that desire desperately to be true. To serve as evidence of our travels, achievements, and popularity. The world of social media […]
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YOU HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR EXCEPT, WELL, EVERYTHING “Don’t go to Russia,” said chef, author, and TV personality Anthony Bourdain during a May visit to my hometown. Bourdain had already confessed to eating sheep testicles in Morocco and a raw seal eyeball during an Inuit seal hunt as well as an unwashed warthog rectum in […]
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