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Jonathan T.D. Neil

Jonathan T. D. Neil was Editor of the Held Essays on Visual Art for The Brooklyn Rail from 2011-15. Currently he is Associate Provost and Professor of Art Business and Arts Management at Claremont Graduate University, and co-founder of Inversion Art.

In Conversation

ROBERT LAZZARINI with Jonathan T. D. Neil

Jonathan T. D. Neil and Robert Lazzarini met at the Brooklyn Rail’s headquarters in mid-October to discuss the artist’s newest body of work, (damage), which will go on view at Marlborough Chelsea on November 15.

In Conversation

ALEXIS ROCKMAN with Jonathan T. D. Neil

Atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2), methane, and nitrous oxide have increased to levels unprecedented in at least the last 800,000 years. Carbon dioxide concentrations have increased by 40 percent since pre-industrial times, primarily from fossil fuel emissions and secondarily from net land-use change emissions.

In Conversation

Tacita Dean with Jonathan T.D. Neil

Jonathan T.D. Neil speaks with Tacita Dean about her new projects, Los Angeles as Purgatory, the future of film, and her favorite Leo Steinberg essay.

In Conversation

TSIBI GEVA with Phong Bui and Jonathan T.D. Neil

Israeli artist Tsibi Geva’s exhibition, Paintings 2011 – 2013, curated by Barry Schwabsky, was on view at American University at the Katzen Arts Center in Washington D.C. from November 5 to December 15, 2013.

"I Fucking Hate David Hockney"

I still don’t like much of the painting. The portraits, the post-impressionist rehashes, and landscapes. I don’t even like the swimming pools all that much, but I can see the point of them (and the point isn’t the money, though there’s that).

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OCT 2021

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