Book art as a transgressive act. David M. Roth explains.
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Assaults on the linear conventions of reading are what power this annual event, now in its 9th year.
A museum-quality gallery show that demonstrates the the current state of book art.
For a reminder of what limited-edition fine press publishing looked like in the pre-digital age, two major shows offer a lively, literary display.
Exhibition forecasts the future with a spotlight on key works from the past 20 years.
Artist examines how screen culture affected us during the pandemic. Renny Pritikin reviews.
When Black consciousness met hippie mysticism. Renny Pritikin reports.
Has the Asian been reborn as a ‘selfie’ museum? Renny Pritikin reports.
Scaling the heights of chromatic experience.
Amy Trachtenberg on forced Isolation, sublime solitude and the tangle of uncertainties.
Amy Ellingson and Brad Brown take us inside their studios.
Five Bay Area artists on life and art in the Covid-19 era.
A digest of survival tips and worthy distractions, compiled by David M. Roth
A virtual review by David M. Roth
A deep dizzying dive into Americana. David M. Roth reports.
Tilda Swinton curates a show about gender fluidity. Maria Porges reviews.