By Jessica Holmes
JUNE 2023 | ArtSeen
Mark di Suvero: Steel Like Paper, now on view at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas and organized by the museums Chief Curator Jed Morse, includes thirty sculptures in addition to a wide array of lesser known drawings and paintings. Across these bodies of work, which span from the late 1950s through the present, di Suveros much-lauded vitality and generosity of spirit pervades the show, bestowing the viewer with a lingering sense of joie de vivre that is sometimes hard to come by in an oft-antiseptic contemporary museum setting.
By Amber Sparks
SEPT 2023 | Books
Throughout Olga Ravns latest novel, My Work, protagonist and new mother Anna repeatedly says she wants to write a normal book. Its a brilliant refrain, because of course Ravns book is anything but normal, though it is an ambitious one.