TOBY KAMPS is former director of Blaffer Museum of Art, curator of modern and contemporary art at the Menil Collection. He is now the director of external projects at White Cube Gallery and is an Editor-at-Large for the Brooklyn Rail.
In this interview, Amy Sillman discusses her first UK museum exhibition at London’s Camden Arts Centre Amy Sillman: Landline, (on view through January 6, 2019), her response to Trump’s election, and her interests in philosophy and comedy.
Like the poems of another Greek exile, Constantine Cavafy, Kounelliss works are spare and direct with no fancifying inflections of materials or handling.
A painter and mixed-media and video artist with a unique, bifurcated practice, Howardena Pindell makes both sumptuous process-driven abstract works and pull-no-punches issue-based works that call out racism, sexism, and other injustices.
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The life and career of Walter Hopps is legendary. His obituary in The Washington Post described him as a “sort of a gonzo museum directorelusive, unpredictable, outlandish in his range, jagged in his vision, heedless of rules.”