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FDG Editorials

  1. If It Ain’t Baroque, Don’t Fix It

    Date 08 Mar 2017
    by Catherine LaRivière Ah, millennials. One article will say that we’re working too hard, the next will explain how under-prepared we are for the real world. We’ve reduced our cooking habits to minute-long videos and our communication with each other and the outside world has been filtered down through various…

  2. Looking at Ren Hang’s Art

    Date 07 Mar 2017
    by Sylvie Schwartz 2008 2009 2012 2012 2014 2015 2015 2016 2016 2013 2013 In writing this editorial, I want to begin with the caveat that I have never formally studied Ren Hang, nor am I even well-rounded in my knowledge of contemporary Chinese art and culture more generally. I…

  3. Was Cy Twombly a Hottie? An Interview with Jessica Campbell author of Hot of Not: 20th-Century Male Artists

    Date 24 Feb 2017
    By: Jacqueline Hampshire via Jessica Campbell. In 2016, artist Jessica Campbell added an essential literary work to the art historical canon. Through captivating text and visual analysis, Campbell fills one of the gaping holes in the history of art. For too long male artists of the 20th century have been…

  4. Musings on UH-OH: Frances Stark 1991-2015 @ MFA, Boston

    Date 23 Feb 2017
    by Brianne Chapelle  The MFA Boston recently exhibited a monographic show featuring LA-based artist Frances Stark called, “Uh-Oh Frances Stark 1990-2015.” She is also a writer and much of her work has textual elements if that interests you. I urge you to run to the museum, upstairs to the contemporary wing, and…

  5. What is the Mile End Aesthetic?

    Date 21 Feb 2017
    By: Diana Sims Work by Salina Ladha. Image via In the four years I’ve lived in Montreal, I’ve seen more line drawings of plants than sesame seed bagels, Canada Goose jackets, and construction cones combined. A possible explanation for this unlikely statistic is my regular presence in Mile End boutiques,…

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