My article on Zachary Davis’s show at Extra Extra, Philadelphia, has been quoted in Triangulation and I Like This Art. Thanks!
Check your literal-mindedness at the door. “Reading Room: Intersections Between Art & Writing,” a group show organized by Becky Huff Hunter for Little Berlin, reveals itself slowly. Eventually, though, the boundaries between the two mediums of expression begin to blur — and fascinatingly so. Artists can be strikingly original writers and vice versa. If you […]
For “Duett,” her curatorial debut, critic Becky Hunter demonstrated how an excellent curator combines the skills of a scholar and yenta. The match Hunter made between Berlin-based British artist, Alanna Lawley, and Philadelphian photographer, Matt Giel, yielded an intelligent, creative, conversation about photography, distance, abstract communication and curatorship. In the spirit of today’s Internet age, […]
Amanda Wagner previewed Reading Room in print and online for the Philadelphia Daily News, 6 July, 2012.
I’ve repeatedly failed at making art, but my critical interest in Martin has only deepened. I observe in much of her work (not just the black paintings) a tense, disquieting affect, detailed in this review (2009). Through archival research, I discovered that before her major 1973 retrospective at ICA Philadelphia, responses to Martin’s work were far more ambivalent […]
Article at theartblog.org by Libby Rosof on Art Writing II: Rhythms of Time Sharing, curated by Becky Hunter and KIOSK Collective.
Chip Schwarz reviewed Duett for the Knight Arts Blog, 26 January, 2012.