We’re back with our second edition of “Fielding Practice,” a podcast produced exclusively for Art21’s listeners and readers. On today’s episode, Duncan MacKenzie, Dan Gunn, and I are joined by art critic, blogger, and ArtSlant’s Chicago editor Abraham Ritchie to talk about the rise of CSAs (Community Supported Art), which are art subscription programs that foster new collectors while supporting local artists; we dish about the art writers “strike” at the Huffington Post (will Arianna even notice?), and we review Mindy Rose Schwartz’s solo exhibition at ThreeWalls, which recently closed. Plus: previews of the most anticipated Chicago exhibitions and events happening over the next few weeks. Sit it on our gabfest, and thanks for listening!
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Links to Episode 2 show content:
- Spudnik Press subscription program.
- Community Supported Art Chicago at Three Walls.
- Article by Bill Laserow for Guardian UK: Why Our Writers Are on Strike Against Huffington Post.
- James Elkins, What Happened to Art Criticism?, published by University of Chicago Press; and for the Huffington Post: How Long Does it Take to Look at a Painting?
- Works by Mindy Rose Schwartz:
Links to upcoming exhibitions and events:
- Josh Kolbo exhibition at Tony Wight, February 25 – April 9, 2011.
- Chris Bradley exhibition at Shane Campbell Gallery, March 5-April 2, 2011.
- Kalup Linzy lecture at Gallery 400, Wednesday, March 9, 5pm.
- Ben Russell exhibition at Three Walls, March 11-April 23, 2011.
- A Conversation with Charles Ray on Hinoki, at The Art Institute of Chicago, March 24, 6-7pm.
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