For the past few years, I have had a daily ritual of going down to the Sunoco station to get my morning coffee. While the coffee there is basic, the gas station is not. It sits on the corner boundary of downtown Sarasota overlooking the intracoastal waters that separate the viewer from a barrier island that contours the Gulf of Mexico.
The joy of the Venice Biennale goes beyond the Giardini and Arsenale (explored in Part I), with collateral projects and exhibitions that entice you to get lost in the magnificent city and discover art shows within the extraordinary Venetian palazzos, churches, and museums.
After a year’s delay, the 59th edition of the Venice Biennale, “The Milk of Dreams,” curated by Italian-born, New York-based curator Cecilia Alemani, was overwhelmingly embraced—and deservedly so.
Meta-Commentary from Hygienic Dress League Corporation In their most ambitious project yet, The Hygienic Dress League Corporation (HDLC) filed an application with the Securities and Exchange Commission for Regulation A+ and a Tier 2 offering to issue up to $75 million in securities across a 12-month period.
From the Sculptor’s Studio, by Sculpture contributing editor Ina Cole, features candid, in-depth conversations with 20 artists who have helped to define, and redefine, sculpture in the late 20th and early 21 centuries.
Sabine Senft, Texas Sculpture Group President and Wells Mason, Texas Sculpture Group Board Member discuss art with María Carolina Baulo, art historian, curator and arts writer-critic (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Daniel Kunitz, Editor-in-Chief of Sculpture.