Weekly Wrap: March 25 - April 1
- Did you catch Bernadette Cruz's introduction to Thomas Jackson's 'experimental' photography? Truly, he is an Artist You Should Know.
- Take a little trip with us…to our Saturday Spark Getaways!
- Looking for a nightcap for your week? Try our Quinntessential Mad Man-Sized Manhattan on for size.
- Mike Shea draws, and also reviews films like this one: Bad Bizness, starring Master P. Don’t miss it!
- This week the intrepid Quinns wandered over to the Gowanus Print Lab, and they liked what they saw.
- This week we sat down with museum maven Pam Campanaro— don’t miss her As to our Qs from this past Hump Day.
…and in other news….
- Rest in peace, Adrienne Rich. The distinguished poet died Tuesday at the age of 82. [via NPR]
- This week we also bid farewell to banjo legend Earl Scruggs, who died Tuesday at the age of 88. [via Rolling Stone]
- I knew I liked Gowanus! (See above.) That canal-side Brooklyn neighborhood was noted this week as the “epicenter” of the Occupy Art movement. [via Brooklyn Paper]
- And, on the Manhattan side, art handlers protested MoMA’s ties with Sotheby’s last Friday night. [via Art Fag City]
- This week, the art world bid farewell to conservative art critic Hilton Kramer. “Love him or hate him, there’s no denying the influence” Kramer had. RIP. [via Hyperallergic]
- Everyone’s art feathers are in a ruffle (in a good way) over the late Francesca Woodman’s retrospective at the Guggenheim. When you die at the age of 22 and still get mad art props, that is impressive indeed. [via Art Log]