Tag Archives: art criticism

(Untitled Curiosity)

As I was sipping my morning coffee, and reading the NY Times online, I came across a review for a new movie that piqued my interest. The film, titled (Untitled), is a satire about the art world.

Being a fan, as well as a participant of previous portrayals of the art world, I can only hope that the Times review is (more or less) in the ball park. Granted, it obviously had a much bigger budget, but that’s another thing to write about on another day.

A conversation with (Daniel Roth)

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Heads up.

If you happen to find yourself in Amsterdam this March, then you really should make sure to find your way to Fons Welters Gallery, and go check out the work of Daniel Roth.

If you’d like to read a bit about Daniel, then you can read my interview with him here (English), or here (Dutch).

See you next week!

a conversation with (Dan Perjovschi)

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In 2006 I interviewed Dan Perjovschi, for the Dutch art magazine Metropolis M. To be perfectly honest, I had a tough time getting started with it, primarily because I’m a huge fan of Dan, and of his work. You’d think that would have made things easy. In the end, I think it did.

I’ll let you be the judge. Read it here.