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The Permission of Mike Kelley, by Karl Erickson

The recent traveling retrospective exhibition of Mike Kelley reveals the artist’s artwork to be generous, permissive, moral and caring; though not kind, gentle nor easy. There also exists in equal measures cynicism, cruelty and negativity. Caring, in that he strove … Continue reading 

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Chris Lipomi on The Conversation Art Podcast

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Julian Hoeber: merging the vigorous and the rigorous

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Steve Roden – Conversing with the Object (the central conversation)

     

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