Contemporaneous Extension


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Some recent reading, to share and to archive. The market, with all of its peaks, perpetrators, and imitators, uncovers inescapable contradictions between art practice and art as profession.

–  Review of Contemporary Fiction: Spring 2011, special issue: failure. With stars going to “Fantasias Impromptu” (Joshua Cohen), “The Failing of Americans” (Dan Visel), “Itchy Homo, or Why I Am So Terrible” (Travis Jeppesen).

“Thinking about Art Practice and the Role of Compromise,” via Hyperallergic, March 19, 2014.

“Limits on Ivory Sales, Meant to Protect Elephants, Set Off Wide Concerns,” via NY Times, March 20, 2014

“David Foster Wallace Predicted Our Selfie Anxiety Back in 1996,” via The Wire, April 8, 2014

“Letter to a Young Artist #1,” via Penny Arcade, April 8, 2014

“The Sacred Cows of the Art World (Or, Why Everyone’s So Nervous About Stefan Simchowitz),” via Artspace, April 2, 2014

“Why I Hate Post-Internet Art,” via CultureTwo/Brian Droitcour, March 31, 2014

“On Art and Investment,” via Art-Agenda, March 25, 2014

 

Writing to come.

Romulo Celdran, Macro XIII, 2013. Polychromed foamboard, aluminium, and epoxy resin; 200 x 120 x 196 cm. Courtesy of the artist.

Romulo Celdran, Macro XIII, 2013. Polychromed foamboard, aluminium, and epoxy resin; 200 x 120 x 196 cm. Courtesy of the artist.

Romulo Celdran, Zoom XXVII, 2012. White pencil and acrylic on board; 108 x 76.5 cm. Courtesy of the artist.

Romulo Celdran, Zoom XXVII, 2012. White pencil and acrylic on board; 108 x 76.5 cm. Courtesy of the artist.

Romulo Celdran is showing at Hasted Kraeutler through April 19th.

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