Art critic Robert Hughes famously described Rauschenberg’s Monogram as “The most powerful image of anal intercourse ever to emerge from the rank psychological depths of modern art.” The art work itself went through several iterations between 1955-1959. During Pride Month, almost 70 years after Rauschenberg’s creation, let’s look at what contemporary artists say about queerness in their art. Pablo Bronstein: “Queer art is about working … Continue reading What comes after Rauschenberg’s ‘most powerful image of anal intercourse ever’?
I’ve only been a stalker once in my life. I move to Seattle in early 2020 in The Before Times. Forbidden from making art in my new temporary home, I must find an art studio fast. All the big tech companies in Seattle, like Amazon and Microsoft, gobble up real estate, sending prices soaring. Google Maps shows me the way to The Good Arts Building, … Continue reading How I became a stalker to be part of art history in Seattle.
Nine artists to discover and support during Pride Month 2022 Continue reading Nine artists to fall in love with: Pride Month 2022.