By Olivia Gauthier
OCT 2019 | ArtSeen
What Judy Chicago: Los Angeles truly showcases is how Chicago grappled early on with her place in a male dominated discourse. We see the methods through which she challenged and defied normative conventions, working to define a practice that would push the dialogue of contemporary art forward in the direction of feminist interests.
By Stephanie Siu
DEC 20-JAN 21 | Books
Can you forgive someone who isnt sorry? Should you? Thats what haunted popular New School writing professor Susan Shapiro following the perplexing betrayal of a trusted mentor after 15 years of friendship. In Shapiros candid, captivating new memoir, The Forgiveness Tour, she tries everything to move on: ghosting him, play-by-play analysis of their fights, even summoning a Yiddish curse for revenge. She stumbles on a billion-dollar Forgiveness Industry touting the personal benefits of absolution, but the skeptical journalist fears its all bullshit.