Post image for SLIDESHOW: Prospect.3 Highlights So Far

We’ll be offering reflections on the work we’ve seen at the New Orleans Prospect 3 biennial, “Notes for Now,” in the coming days, but to jumpstart the conversation we’re posting a single image from each venue we visited yesterday. Can’t wait to really dig into this.

Post image for Not Just a “Soccer Mom,” Michelle Grabner Likes Math

I’ve seen Grabner’s show Ken Johnson complained about. What is he talking about? No, really, what?

Post image for The Voyeur Who Approves of Richard Prince

Some subjects in Richard Prince’s Instagram show don’t mind that their photos have been appropriated or that Prince makes leering comments.

Post image for A Few Brief Reflections on ArtPrize

I spent a few days in Grand Rapids looking at the juried and public prize finalists at ArtPrize. ArtPrize describes itself as a radically open, independently organized international art competition and a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.Basically, it’s a city wide exhibition in which the public and a jury vote on their favorite art works. The top winner of the juried and public vote prize takes home $200,000. The top winner for category prizes takes home $20,000.
In case you’re wondering what I thought of the finalists, I spent a bit of time on TV talking about each of them. The winners, I haven’t weighed in on until now. A few thoughts:

Post image for Looking Back at Prospect: Prospect 1 New Orleans, the Antidote to Miami

Right now, Art F City is in New Orleans to see Prospect.3. Before we begin to contemplate this biennial, we thought it’d be timely to look back at Paddy’s report from the first Prospect, held in 2008.