Iris Müller–Westermann: Hilma af Klint: Notes and MethodsBy Madeline Weisburg
Perhaps the most surprising of the many surprising things about Hilma af Klints retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum is how rational it feels.
Leslie HewittBy Megan N. Liberty
Leslie Hewitts photography blurs the lines between photo and sculpture, exploring the intersection of history, memory, and archive.
Chris Kraus: Social PracticesBy Gretchen Coombs
It is cut through with tensions of art world success, premature death, and the social and economic issues confronting artists and culture at large
Mary Jane Jacob: Dewey For ArtistsBy Cara Jordan
Can art change the world? American philosopher and educational reformer John Dewey (1859 1952) certainly thought so. Dewey's progressive politics and their relationship to art, more specifically how they illustrate social practice art as an aesthetic experience, are the focus of Chicago-based curator Mary Jane Jacob's new book, Dewey for Artists.