By Titus Nouwens
JUNE 2021 | ArtSeen
Over the years Sands has produced an exhaustive amount of paintings, videos, performances, and texts, at once completely and unabashedly about him and at the same time about much more than himselfhis loved ones, his fellow artists, the artworld, the role of artists, and patriarchal society at large.
By Marjorie Perloff
DEC 21-JAN 22 | Critics Page
Rereading Nietzsches Twilight of the Gods, with its great declaration of war, whether with a hammer or a tuning fork, on universal idols, I thought immediatelyand irrelevantlyof Barack Obama. When this charismatic leader first came on the political scene, I was dazzled. A presidential candidate who fused the legacies of White Kansas (his mother) and Black Africa (his father), a presidential candidate who had published two serious booksDreams from my Father and The Audacity of Hopeand had actually read Kafka and Dostoevsky, a brilliant law student who became the first Black president of the Harvard Law review and whom the famous law professor Lawrence Tribe called the most impressive student I have ever taught.