Articles Posted by Blair Schulman

Posts by : Blair Schulman

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Based in Kansas City, MO, Blair Schulman is an art writer/critic, occasional curator and sometime artist. He is Senior Editor of Informality Blog and a co-founder of Guerilla Docents, a social art practice duo. Blair's writing has been published in Hyperallergic, Ceramics: Art & Perception and The Huffington Post Arts & Culture.. His writing has also appeared in Art Practical, Juxtapoz, The Kansas City Star, Whitehot and the former Review magazine, where he was a longtime contributor. More info and selected work, visit www.blairschulman.com
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One of the many takeaways from Linda Lighton’s work is mankind’s pursuit of ownership and power through the guise of glossy weaponry. Lighton’s sculptural …

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For Recreational Serenetorium, Monica Dixon and Annie Woodfill are commanding the space and determining the “tyranny of perspective.” In macro terms, these artists command …

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Anxious Abstraction at Nerman MoCA opens doors of perception to our anxieties in a culture already fraught with tension. The work invites scholarship and …

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There is no end of the world. It’s one long, calcifying note of endurance that goes on until we are lulled into a vortex …

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Through the Eyes Of Picasso examines how the artist consumed the mysticism and ceremonial icons of Africa, Oceania and the Americas to extrapolate his …

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In the main room of Peregrine Honig’s new space, Greenwood Social Hall, I sat around a table with Honig, All Is Fair’s Christian Mitchell …

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Tom Gregg is a quiet presence in the Kansas City art scene. And like his still life paintings, Tom understands how the art world …

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An artist and a provocateur, David Ford does not shy away from cultural, political and social themes in his work.  His installation, painting, performance …

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The concept of ‘healthy’ contains a multitude of definitions; asking how human society defines the tools of normalcy for our physical and mental states. …

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There is a noticeable recurrence in the art press comparing Rashid Johnson with Jean-Michel Basquiat. A 2015 Johnson review in Pahaidon, and again in …

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