Samantha Dylan Mitchell
SAMANTHA DYLAN MITCHELL is an artist, teacher, and writer based in Philadelphia.
APR 2014 | Art Books
For artists, the supposed dreamland art world of the 60s in Lower Manhattan is almost painful to hear about. The idea of working part-time as a security guard at MoMA alongside future bigwigs like Robert Ryman and Dan Flavin and earning enough to pay $20 a month for a live-in loft/studio on the Bowery, while curating exhibitions of your friends work at soon-to-be-legendary galleries and developing cutting-edge artwork in a reality where cubes were conceptually exciting, leaves a lot to be desired from todays New York.
DEC 14-JAN 15 | Art Books
The Rails selection of the best art books of 2014.
NOV 2014 | Art Books
In her essay in Forest Park, a new monograph on the artist Virgil Marti, critic Hilarie Sheets identifies Martis advent into the mainstream art world as his 2002 installation Grow Room.
DEC 13-JAN 14 | Art Books
What does the raw material of surveillance look like? How do you evaluate days of camera footage of a single street corner, or comprehensive maps marking the movement of a cell phone over the course of a single week?