This smorgasbord at Blaffer contextualizes food and the act of eating.
There are so many aspects of the dining experience that are artistic in nature. Consider the decor, the lighting, the way wine is swirled in a glass before we drink it. From the act of plating to the particular way we experience the food, to the chair we sit on, and the way light hits a table, hospi ... More >>
It was Saturday morning, and I was hot. As in super caliente, sweat dripping down my back, and cheeks flushed to a bright pink uncomfortable kind of hot. I'd just fought my way through the entrance of the Free Press Summer Fest so that I could be on time for the Fancy Pants, ultra-exclusive $175 per ... More >>
Brazilian artist Clarissa Tossin explores poverty with images of heat and earth.
I'm not here to tell you how Valentine's Day is a corporate crock, nor am I here to tell you that the only refuge of a single person on V-Day is burning a box of your past lovers' memorabilia while sobbing into a pile of old mixtapes. Both of those ideas are gross, as are most of the Lonely Hearts-s ... More >>
Tony Feher turns the debris stream of daily life into art at the reopened Blaffer Art Museum.
In a way, it makes sense that Art Attack's phone interview with Nathan Carter took place while the New York City-based artist was holed up in a Chicago airport awaiting the departure of a re-routed flight. For the past decade, Carter has created and exhibited fictional cityscapes (made from wall r ... More >>
Johan Grimonprez's stunning work screens at the Blaffer Museum.
Critic Wendy Vogel offers insight on Amy Patton's work
A Mexican artist has his first-ever US museum show at the Blaffer