by Ali McGhee
"Linda Larsen’s paintings are all about women. They are, indeed, all of women, whose expressions, captured at moments which seem posed, candid, or utterly unaware of the viewer, reveal the multiplicity of lived experiences in a given moment."
by Dawn Roe
"There were numerous poignant, charged, and compelling moments to be encountered throughout both exhibition sites at the Biennale (the more traditional museum-like space at the Giardini and the incredibly expansive and sometimes rugged spaces of the Arsenale). And, it has to be said, there was some pure mystical bullshit, as well."
by Elizabeth Watkin and Ursula Gullow
“The genre dissolves the walls of the theatre,” says event organizer, Sara Baird. “We lose the electrifying experience of live performance, but we gain a different set of choreographic possibilities.”
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Glass Giant: Paintings by Jason Gubbiotti
by Emily Flamm
A subtle challenge of the digital landscape we so often inhabit is the default framing of all messages as equal. Most things are discovered in roughly the same way, on the same screen, from the same physical posture. Anything can feign legitimacy.