G. R. Swenson protests MOMA with a ? / Pita Amor in neon lights / Fame and Rejection / Saul Bellow’s letters from a safe-deposit box / Looking for Natalie de Blois on Park Avenue / The last years of Black Mountain College / Elena Ferrante and the art of concealment / Merce Cunningham dances / On the life of studios / The architecture of freedom
November 15 | Brooklyn, NY
We're celebrating the release of APS 23 with an afternoon reading at BookCourt. Join us for readings and performances from the issue's contributors, and raise a glass of cider to women artists, past and present.
Introducing A Public Space 23
What is it to seek public attention; to receive it; to lose it; to flee from it; to disregard it? This issue built itself around a weft of discovery: of artists who have been lost to a kind of erasure, intended or inflicted; and works that do not stack on obvious shelves.