Visual Art Putting Down the Paper
posted by January 31 at 11:00 AMon
That’s the title of my column this week, a column that leaves me feeling ambivalent.
It describes how, last week, I tried to explain in print that there wasn’t enough room in print for everything I’m writing about art—that there was more room online. But then, there wasn’t enough room in print for that column.
The second-to-last paragraph of the column is a compilation of what we’ve been doing online in the last few weeks (with links to the 22 items), if you’re interested.
Add to that, since the column came out yesterday: a podcast with Ellen Forney and Kelly O at the R. Crumb show; my review of the great Nazi art-looting movie “The Rape of Europa”; and Nancy Stoaks’s encouraging words for the Bellevue Arts Museum in light of the new traveling show of sculpture there.
Online is where it’s at. It still makes me feel weird to say that.