R.H. Quaytman, Distracting Distance Chapter 16, 2010
On Dana Degiulio’s untitled gesture at The Suburban in Chicago, 2013, a thoughtful response by Nick Bastis at Chicago Artist Writers:
Generally, a narrative of the work might run like this: After an exchange with artist and curator Michelle Grabner, DeGiulio ended up with a reasonably valuable painting. She then sold this painting with the help of James Cohan Gallery in New York (which represents Grabner) and used that money to purchase a white Buick sedan. DeGiulio then backed this car into the side of The Suburban (a gallery run by Grabner) as a piece for her show, totalling the Buick and dislodging the small concrete gallery from its foundation.
Brenna Youngblood, Untitled, 2011 [via themistakeroom]
Adrian Piper at Elizabeth Dee, 2010
Sister Corita Kent, Somebody Had to Break the Rules, 1967