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Jungle Love

by Lee Ann Norman
Jayson Keeling’s photographs, videos, and paintings currently on view at Third Streaming rest somewhere between the high gloss aura of a fashion shoot and the low, gritty vernacular of the street. Although his artwork draws heavily on references to pop culture including 1980s New Wave, punk, and Hip-Hop music, fashion, art, and television, Keeling is not nostalgic for a bygone era. Instead, his references seem to poke at the mutability of identities as a way to subvert our casual constructions... [more]
Posted by Lee Ann Norman on 10/30/11

Lost in New York

by Lee Ann Norman
The Hudson River Piers beneath the old West Side Elevated Highway had a reputation for being a place where cutting-edge art making occurred. While Gordon Matta-Clark, Vito Acconci, Richard Serra, and the graffiti artist Tava among others used the Piers to create site-specific interventions and performances, Alvin Baltrop (1948-2004) chose to focus his attention on what many people feared and reviled about the location. From the mid 1970s until their complete demolition in 1989, Baltrop’s... [more]
Posted by Lee Ann Norman on 4/3/11
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