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September/October 2019 (PDF of current issue available on our Archive page)

ENDLESS FORMS

REVIEWS

Tetsuya Noda:
Soft and Simple Depth

Andrew Bae Gallery, Chicago

"Figures of Speech"

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Childhood Mythologies

form & concept, Santa Fe, New Mexico

July/August 2019

Chicago Galleries on the Move: Gallerists Tell Us Why

West Town:
New Art District
Why Dealers Move or Stay

About Face:
Stonewall, Revolt, and New Queer Art

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REVIEWS

The Importance of Small Moves

James Nares at the Milwaukee Art Museum

"Time Share" and "Warm Welcome"

at Monaco Gallery, St. Louis

Encountering "William Counter:

Simple Spells"

at Firecat Projects, Chicago

"Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio" at Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago

"Legendary"

at Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago

March/April 2019

Museums: What Has Changed and What Has Not

Museums Can Change—Will They?

Museums redefining what they offer to appeal to new audiences

The Justice Work of Culture

Introduction to three essays from Fwd: Museums

The Missing Wall Label in Museums

Significant omissions about artists' LGBTQ status on museum wall labels is decried.

The Museum Prism and Chasm

Museums controlled by ultra-wealthy and art values set by a wild art market

Learning to Unlearn: Deconstructing Museum Neutrality

The myth that museums are and should strive to be neutral is challenged

Diversity Funding and Collaboration: Signs of Change?

Results from The Mellon Foundation Museum Staff Demographic Study

REVIEWS

Leopold Segedin: A Habit of Art   Book Review of A Habit of Art, a biography of Leo Segedin.

 

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