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Ted Landrum

Ted Landrum is a poet, critic, teacher, and collaborative artist, with diverse architectural and teaching experience in the U.S. and Canada. He and his partner Lisa Landrum (being not afraid of representation) are two-time winners of the Critical Halloween Costume Competition co-sponsored by NYC’s Storefront for Art & Architecture Gallery and Domus Magazine, for “Eyes of the Beholder” (2011) and “Architecture’s Open Hand” (2012). Ted is currently building a collection of “archi-poems” called Midway Radicals.

Distant Musings on MoMA’s Folk Art Dilemma: What, Who & How It Represents

Thirteen years on, nearly all this building’s admirable virtues, those which made it so well suited for musing on craft, have now been declared irreconcilably problematic for the incremental prerogatives of New York City’s ever burgeoning Museum of Modern Art.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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