Looks like the University of Iowa won’t be selling that Pollock after all. Related: Modern Art Notes has an interesting interview with Pepe Karmel, the curator behind MoMA’s ’98 retrospective in one and two parts.
“My experience has been that the installation of art video is dominated by a need to make audiences uncomfortable; consciously or not, they are designed to be difficult to enter, uncomfortable to occupy, and awkward to leave.” Video art curators, please READ.
Regency Arts Press is doing a fundraising raffle of Ed Ruscha’s Every Drawing on the Sunset Strip. Tickets are $250, but if you win it’s a deal. (If I had $4000 laying around, I would totally buy one of these straight out.)