Monthly Archives: December 2017

Bridget Quinn Saves Warren @ Hyperallergic

What, you may ask, do artists really do for society? In the case of artist Bridget Quinn, and her friend Jula Osten, they thwarted a potential public health crisis: Last month, they discovered and alerted authorities about “off-the-charts” E. coli bacteria counts in two locations discovered along the Red Run Drain in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Quinn made […]

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HOUSE PartY 1: HOLIDAY EDITION – TONIGHT!!

Coming together on the fly, and full of holiday miracles, the first installation of HOUSE PartY, an Art in Woodbridge project curated by yours truly, and featuring fantastic work by:   Alex Gilford Nick Pizana Bayard Kurth Tomas Laverty Kinga Osz Kemp Brach Goodman Teresa Petersen Gary Schwartz   The action is 6:00 – 9:00 […]

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Top 20 of 2017 @ Hyperallergic

Chuffed as always to have some of my selections included in this year’s Top 20 Exhibitions Across the United States at Hyperallergic! I saw some really amazing shows this year, and it’s great to get an opportunity to call out the good work being done in the Midwest. Congrats to Kavi Gupta, Columbus Museum of […]

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12/12/2017 – Get to Know and Getting to Knowing with Shannon Morales-Cocina

Artist: Shannon Morales-Cocina Location: 14 East Cafe Breakfast: SM-C – Cappuccino SRS – Americano, cinnamon mini-scone In these trying political times, the prospect of talking to someone who has a radically different worldview can seem a little wearying, but for my money, there is just nothing like trying to see the world through someone else’s […]

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Laura Park at CMA @ Hyperallergic

COLUMBUS, Ohio — When I met cartoonist Laura Park for a walk through her exhibition connected to her three-week residency at the Columbus Museum of Art, she had recently emigrated to France, together with her native French boyfriend. “I did that both because I love him, but also I have some worries about what is happening […]

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Evidence of Things Not Seen @ Detroit Art Review

The hardest part about drawing connections between the pieces in Evidence of Things Not Seen—a four-person show featuring works on paper by Richard Lewis, Mario Moore, Sabrina Nelson, and Rashaun Rucker, on display at CCS Center Galleries—is not the lack of bridges between the work, but the abundance thereof. In simplest and most general terms, […]

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