David Adjaye, Sarah Lewis and Daniel Belasco to create quintessential video biennial at SITE Santa Fe?
Another post at Adobe Airstream on the 2010 SITE Santa Fe Biennial. Read it by clicking on this link. Copyright Leanne Goebel. May not be used without permission.
Southwest artists, but no Southwestern art
Media Credit: Courtesy of Albuquerque Museum “Swoop” by Julia Barello, featured at the second annual Biennial Southwest exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum. The second installment of Biennial Southwest at The Albuquerque Museum, features 83 works from artists in New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona. Artists competed for cash awards totaling $10,500 in a variety of categories.…
Ephemeral BIENNIAL, Durango Herald, June 27, 2008
‘Lucky Number Seven’ at SITE Santa Fe explores collaboration, energy Nadine Robinson’s sculpture “Tri-Christus” is on the roof of the SITE Santa Fe building, where the show “Lucky Number Seven” will run through Jan. 4. June 27, 2008 By Leanne Goebel | Special to the Herald “It’s not the outcome that’s important, it’s your intention,”…
Temporal Tenuosness: Whitney Biennial 2008
Mika Rottenberg, Production still from Cheese, 2007.Digital video, color, sound; approximately 12 min.Collection of the artist. Below is the original article I wrote and submitted for publication: “A biennial is an exercise in imposing temporary order and control onto a situation that is, essentially, out of control,” writes Adam Weinberg, director of the Whitney Museum…
Cerebral art for modern minds, Durango Herald, April 8, 2008
Daniel Joseph Martinez, “Divine Violence,” 2007,automotive paint on wood panel, dimensions variable.The article as it appeared in The Durango Herald: NEW YORK – “A biennial is an exercise in imposing temporary order and control onto a situation that is, essentially, out of control.” That’s what Adam Weinberg, director of the Whitney Museum of American Art…