This is just a short post to point out an artwork I really like that’s related to my last post on the dismantling of Kitchener’s Cedar Hill water tower. The work is Rachel Whiteread’s Water Tower (1998), for those of you who are not familiar. Perched in the New York skyline, Whiteread’s life-size resin cast of […]
Here is another older review from this fall. It ended up being more of a review of exhibition practices and politics than the art itself, so be forewarned!
“Allegory is extravagant, an expenditure of surplus value; it is always in excess.” – Craig Owens, The Allegorical Impulse, 1032
Here is another exhibition review, though a bit of an older one. It’s from about a year ago at Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art.
Hello there folks. So, just to shake things up a bit, I’ve uploaded this exhibition review that I’ve done for my Art Writing class. Every once in a while, don’t be surprised if I do this again. Anyways, without further ado…