post-studio art

“I blame what’s happened in art on how expensive it became to be an artist,” he said. “When I came to New York in ’67, a 2,500-­square-­foot studio was $85.” Without access to such large private studios, he said, many young artists have developed alternate ways of working, like drawing plans for an installation orContinue reading “post-studio art”

unconcerned but not indifferent

    http://www.broombergchanarin.com/unconcerned-but-not-indifferent-text/ “The tremendous development of photojournalism has contributed practically nothing to the revelation of the truth about conditions in this world. On the contrary photography, in the hands of the bourgeoisie, has become a terrible weapon against the truth. The vast amount of pictured material that is being disgorged daily by the pressContinue reading “unconcerned but not indifferent”