Cultural Writing. Art. In SEEING OUT LOUD, Saltz critically engages with notable works of art by over 100notable artists ranging from Picasso, Matisse, and Warhol to Matthew Barney, Gerhard Richter, and Chris Ofili. These reviews appeared in the Village Voice between November 1998 and winter 2003. qJerry Saltz is the best informed and hair-trigger liveliest of contemporary art critics, tracking pleasure and jump-starting intelligence on the fly. Jerry's fast takes usually stand up better in retrospect than other people's long viewsq---Peter Schjedahl. qJerry Saltz looks at art from the perspective of the viewer, the ignorant, the lover, and the enemy. His writing is overwhelmingly passionate, yet without sentimentality. His words pierce the content and beauty of each work of art to test its endurance in time and memoryq---Francesco Bonami, Curator, 2003 Venice Biennale.The Village Voice Art Columns, Fall 1998 - Winter 2003 Jerry Saltz ... with a teeny - tiny prosthetic penis) failing to crawl from one parked Ford Mustang to another a a turning point in this saga of turning points. There is one serious problem with the show as far as Ia#39;m concerned: The catalog lists the first two articles on Barney anbsp;...
|Title||:||Seeing Out Loud|
|Publisher||:||Geoffrey Young - 2003-01-01|