We are just putting the finishing touches on a review for you. Till then here are some links.
Kenny Schachter dishes on ABMB
in a way that isn't just anecdotal fluff. But no, art history survives this because that is what history is... the survival of what mattered or will matter.
Martin Puryear is one of those artists whose work seems to have always existed
... yet it is made. There is poetic genius in that kind of approach.
Christian Viveros-Faune on why Art Basel Miami Beach puts the cart before the horse
then kicks the horse. True that this has been written a million times but this article gets at the meat of the matter.
An idiosyncratic curator who likes to call herself "a director" because it is "more modest."
Ok, I can't buy that but I do like the other aspects of her approach, which is mostly about giving artists what they need rather than the other way around.
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