Author: Richard Bailey


Sarah Morris: 1972

The Sarah Morris film 1972 begins with Munich cityscapes at dawn, then cuts to spring colors of the Olympic stadium. And then we see a close-up of a poster […]

Sarah Morris: 1972

Pedro Vélez: Easy Does It

When the art collective HOWDOYOUSAYYAMINAFRICAN?, also known by the shorter form Yams, withdrew from the Whitney Biennial in May, the Whitney went from featuring a […]

Pedro Vélez, Twitter Review, Flyer from the Poster Barrier installation), 2013. - - from Whitney exhibition catalog.

Open Archive at Red Arrow Contemporary

The Open Archive exhibition at Red Arrow Contemporary in Dallas features videos, archival photographs and relics of performances by Thomas Riccio, Jessica Pizaña Roberts, Mat […]

Jessica Pizana-Roberts, The Appointment, still, 2012


Ex.11 is a poll, of sorts, about the present state of painting. Michael Mazurek, Director of Brazos Gallery in Richland College, began a dialogue with […]


The Sweetest Taboo

The Sweetest Taboo takes its name, in part, from the popular song by Sade, in which the singer’s orgasm is liberated from some place in […]

The Sweetest Taboo

Peep Show

Peep Show at Webb Gallery is made up of two segments: one depicts the burlesque theme in photographic prints made from vintage negatives; the other […]

Tempest Storm


PRIVATE COLLECTION, now on display at Studio DTFU in Dallas was born out of a correspondence through the mail between Brooklyn-based artist Travis Iurato and […]

Travis Iurato, Devil in the Details