Tag Archives: Hal Foster

Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
Tree of Codes, as performed at the Manchester International Festival. COURTESY MANCHESTER INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL

9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

A guide to the next seven days Read More


Being a Good Critic in a Bad World: Hal Foster and the Avant-Garde

The title of Hal Foster’s new book Bad New Days: Art, Criticism, Emergency is drawn from an oft-quoted maxim of Bertolt Brecht’s: “Don’t start with the good old days, but the bad new ones.” Contending that the last 25 years … Read More



‘At Dinners After Openings I Sometimes Feel Like I’m Watching Bank Accounts Have Sex’: Hal Foster’s ‘Interview’ Interview Is Diverse, Enjoyable

Rather than line up the customary one person to interview him for Interview’s just out Insiders issue, Hal Foster chose to allow Tacita Dean, Seth Price, Jeffrey Eugenides, Rachel Kushner, Jeremy Deller, Thomas Hirschhorn, Wade Guyton, Rivka Galchen, and Thomas … Read More

Walker’s Black Star Press (rotated 90 degrees), 2006, triptych, digital print with silkscreened white, milk, and dark chocolate on canvas, based on a 1963 photograph of a civil-rights demonstrator in Birmingham, Alabama.

Copy Rights

As digital tools transform the way artists find and rework images, the concept of what is fair use—legally as well as artistically—is becoming more complicated  Read More