Is Art Criticism Too Positive?
Ben Davis gives a two part essay on the state of art criticism and whether or not things have gotten too copacetic.
4Columns: Helen Marten
by Jennifer Krasinski
Krasinski relishes in the materials and language of Marten's work while remaining suspicious. With Marten's work, it's helpful to read the show both joyously and suspiciously.
The Point Magazine: After October 7th
Charles Lenchner, Sally Abed, Uri Weltmann, Kefah Abukdeir, and Yael Berda
The following is a transcript of a panel discussion of activists in Israel/Palestine about the war in Gaza organized by Charles Lenchner for ACT.TV and recorded live on YouTube on October 24th.
by Claire Bishop
On the superabundance of research based art. A piece that covers the work of Wolfgang Tillmans, Renee Green, Hito Steyerl, and others. An interesting take on the over intellectual capacities of art in our time.
Jewish Currents: A Textbook Case of Genocide
by Raz Segal
A piece written by a professor of Holocaust and genocide studies at Stockton University. He describes how the Israeli Government is in multiple ways intentionally and by their own account, committing genocide against the Palestinian people.