Rankine and Berlant parse the implications of having to maneuver everyday racism, as well as Rankine’s incisive choice of images for her new poetry book, Citizen: An American Lyric.
"Roussel wrote the kind of French that students were instructed to write at the Lycée: grammatically correct and totally limpid and cold. I don’t know why it appealed to me so much. I don’t think I’m a cold person myself. Maybe that’s why."
Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond
presents work by thirty-five Brooklyn-based
artists or collectives at the Brooklyn Museum
October 3, 2014 – January 4, 2015
Jon Robin Baitz on the unpretentious, pleasing nature of Tom Slaughter’s paintings.
Robert Gober’s sculptures call everyday objects into question. A retrospective of his work, The Heart Is Not a Metaphor, is now at MoMA through January 18, 2015