The Zombies Are Real
Kojo Griffin has a theory about the undead, the art world,
A Local History of the Paranormal
from Ichabod Crane to the Kinderhook Creature
Christopher Kline speaks to Bruce G. Hallenbeck—part of an effort to awaken the cultural ghosts of Sleepy Hollow.
HALLOWEEN SPECIAL: OPINION
Atlanta's White Walkers #SnowJam2014
Paul Boshears applies the zombie metaphor to an enduring urban racial divide.
Will Corwin "hangs out" with the many and varied inhabitants of Joyceland.
Everything Is Intertwined
We're still learning from author, editor, and artist Jay Kinney's
Gnosis: A Journal of Western Inner Traditions (1985–1999).
Karen Tauches reads the natal charts of five American arts
institutions, all in periods of change.
Defining Provincialism, the Primal Scene
Terry Smith reminds us that provincialism is still a problematic,
40 years after he first addressed it in Artforum magazine.
Head Gallery's latest press release mortifies the art world
lexicon, and redefines the "exhibition" and the "opening."
History of the Paranormal
in Kinderhook, NY
Stills from the trailer for Bruce G. Hallenbeck's unfinished
film Cannibal Church (1983) preface an upcoming commission by Christopher Kline.
Notes for Now
Franklin Sirmans walks Rebecca Dimling Cochran through the
history and geography of this year's Prospect New Orleans.
Jason Foumberg presents new and archival materials that
speak to the sustained relevance of the Hairy Who and the Chicago imagists.
Stills from Jeremy Shaw's latest video explore alterity and altered states, faith and future man.
Roving Room (Demorest, GA); Colliding Worlds (Book); Ryan Gander (Manchester, UK);
Josh Mannis (Los Angeles); Margo Sawyer (Austin, TX); Lygia Clark (New York); Liverpool Biennial + Generation: 25 Years of
Contemporary Art in Scotland (UK); Berlin Biennale + Manifesta (Germany + Russia); The Esoteric Secrets of Surrealism (Book)
Duane Michals' Human Condition
Stephanie Bailey pays homage to a photographer who refused the limits of his medium, and those of the physical world.
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