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Objects in the Mirror #4: Dirty Laundry

I'm so mega-successful I don't even blow the foam off my own beer. Servants, assistants, entourage — call them what you want but once they took over the little chores, spare time started stretching out before me like a big yawn. Eventually, I found ways to fill it. Nowadays, between late-night massages, morning tennis lessons and afternoons at the yacht club, I barely have timeto be a creative genius. But it wasn't always this way.
Objects in the Mirror #4: Dirty Laundry

Skipping Miami, Part 1: Paul Slocum

Video: Ex-Texan Paul Slocum answers Glasstire's questions about post-internet art, Spirit Surfers, and his gallery's chapter in Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century.
Skipping Miami, Part 1: Paul Slocum

William Kentridge’s Poetic Cinema

In the same way that Kentridge’s lines don’t completely disappear as his drawings progress: even though Apartheid is ended, the tension and strife remains, both in memory and in daily life.
William Kentridge’s Poetic Cinema

Jennie Ottinger at The Reading Room

While the exhibition looks unassuming, its intent is oddly ambitious: to make a case that for the sake of some kinds of meaningful communication, the post office and its mail system should be saved.
Jennie Ottinger at The Reading Room

Deborah Roberts: One and Many

To make political work without literally telling the viewer how he should think or feel is a tall order, yet Roberts pulls it off with empathy that is as ferocious as it is vulnerable.
Deborah Roberts: One and Many

Mario Testino at Dallas Contemporary

The wall text welcoming viewers to the exhibit begins with a quote from Testino where he states, “…when a country loses the connection between its history and its traditional dress, something truly precious is lost."
Mario Testino at Dallas Contemporary