Crowd Source by K.A. Letts Oh ho, careful what you wish for; you might get it. It seems I convinced K.A. Letts during our recent BWTA that everyone should feel empowered to participate in critical exchange. I don’t know that I expected to be the subject of her first effort, […]
Mark Stryker does some follow-up on The White House, highlighting the disappointing but completely unsurprising outcome of this project for actual Detroiters. Read more here… For critics of Mendoza, the plight of the neighbors who have become innocent victims proves the point that artists have no right to come to Detroit […]
Video still, “Mating Ritual of the Lumpbutt Bouncer” – image by and courtesy of Sidney Mullis So excited to see that one of my picks for the upcoming Borders show is breaking big in SoHo: “inti.mate, a solo exhibition by SoVA MFA student Sidney Mullis is on display through May 12 […]
Deadline Detroit picked up a healthy chunk of my piece at Hyperallergic about 30 Americans at the DIA. Thanks, DD! Hope it helps to inspire even more people to get out there and take a look at the exhibit in its final week.
Okay, this is fun to get to announce!! I really encourage Great Lake State artists to apply for this show. PLEASE DO NOT SEND WORK DIRECTLY TO ME OR SOLICIT ME IN ANY WAY – you must apply through the channels indicated below. But please do apply. I’m looking forward […]
I was excited to receive an advance look at the cover for Lynn Crawford’s forthcoming novel, Shankus & Kitto, from Black Square Editions off Hyperallergic Press. I guess I got an inside look because I furnished a blurb that ended up making the back cover (why Lynn asked for my […]
Excited to be a part of Culture Lab Detroit which today debuted limited edition objects made in Detroit and inspired by green spaces. The collection will be available for sale at a pop-up shop within Nora, which is conceptualized and created by celebrity event designer and lifestyle expert, David Stark. […]
A nice profile on amazing artist Nicole Macdonald, with a quote by “local artist” Rosie Sharp here. Michelle also did a write-up for C&G of the group show I participated in at the Grosse Pointe Art Center last June.
The sharp-eyed and clean-cut Matthew Piper informed me today that the piece I wrote about sculptor and Cass Corridor living legend Robert Sestok’s City Sculpture for Hyperallergic was linked in this piece about cheap eats and local charm in the NYT’s travel section last week. NEAT. And thanks, Matt! Good […]
Here’s a great piece by Zak Rosen for Studio 360 about Nick Cave and his groundbreaking project “Here Hear.” He caught me for a soundbite after the DanceLab performance at the Dequindre Cut this summer!