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on chickens and eggs

‘[Dorner] purchased works from artists who today are among the most important representatives of the classic modern period‘ (Kathusen, 2015). But who is to say works don’t become the most important representatives of a period because they were collected…? References Katehusen, I., (2015), A crate in the Basement: On the Works of Kazimir Malevich loaned to the Hanover … Continue reading on chickens and eggs

on writing about art

Criticism is sometimes mourned as dead. Reviews often seem to be mere blurb now. But it is not desirable either, to do a hatchet job on an artist’s efforts. There is a space in between where meaningful writing can reside but perhaps to do this properly requires moving away from the pretence of objectivity… ‘The … Continue reading on writing about art

…tractor…

…and you think about art writing and how sometimes, a lot of times, you don’t know what it means and sometimes you sort of get it but you know – you should know! – you can’t really get it as there always is…there has to be…a slippage been language and reality. Writing is, art writing … Continue reading …tractor…


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