Posts Tagged “Art in America”

Lee Kit

by Travis Jeppesen on December 3, 2014

“Conditionally You,” an essay on Lee Kit, in the December issue of Art in America. Can also be read online here.

Norko Realism

by Travis Jeppesen on May 30, 2014

“Rather than continuing to align the DPRK’s art with an outdated Soviet style that was internationalist in intention, one would do better to see the foreign influence as melded with North Korea’s own artistic forms and aesthetic; let’s call the (…)

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Maria Lassnig

by Travis Jeppesen on July 16, 2013

On Maria Lassnig, at Art in America.

Cohesive Holes

by Travis Jeppesen on April 9, 2013

“As an embodiment of the myriad contradictions that China finds itself mired in today, MadeIn effectively explodes the double-mindedness that Chinese artists have had to internalize in the post-Tiananmen era. The million little shards that result, when put together, probably (…)

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