The High Museum in Atlanta, where Katherine Jentleson is the curator of folk and self-taught art, has the Outsider Art Fair to thank for their new hire (she started in September). "I got into this by covering the fair in 2009 when I worked at Art + Auction," Jentleson explained, as she surveyed the layout of the OAF, whose 24th edition (Jan. 21-24) takes over the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea. Read more
"You're probably the only person, aside from me and Jeff, who has seen the show at all three venues," Scott Rothkopf said when I told him that I caught Jeff Koons's retrospective at the Whitney Museum in New York last fall, the Centre Pompidou in Paris last winter, and at the Guggenheim Bilbao, where it ends its run on Sept. 27. Read more
With her 2½-month-old Chihuahua puppy sleeping in the crook of her arm, Greenbaum, 60, spoke with A.i.A. during a studio visit about good vs. bad paintings, material experimentation and how to incorporate sculpture into her practice.Read more
When independent curator Lance Fung was approached by the Atlantic City Alliance (ACA) in March 2012, he was skeptical about getting involved with Artlantic, an ambitious public art project set in a coastal town better known for casinos and beauty pageants. The aim of the project was to convert disused lots into green space that would host art installations. During early visits to the gambling mecca, Fung—best known for curating Read more
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