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Blair Schulman is an art writer, critic and independent curator. Past exhibitions have discussed the social issues of HIV/AIDS and the history of cruising for sex. Blair's writing has appeared in Art in America, HuffPost Culture & Arts. Hyperallergic, Kansas City Star, Juxtapoz, VICE, and was a longtime contributor to the late Review magazine. In 2015, he and InformalityBlog founder Melaney Mitchell developed Guerrilla Docents, a social art practice engaging strangers off the street, taking them into galleries to discuss art where the opportunity might not otherwise be present. Blair participated in the 2012 Oklahoma Art Writing and Curatorial Fellowship presented by OVAC (Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition) and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
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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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Teetering on the knife edge of our ecosystem’s collapse, there is a slow-churning sensuality in There/Then, Travis Pratt’s new paintings at Greenlease Gallery  Are …

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To mark the launch of Problems and Provocations: Grand Arts 1995-2015, transcendental tour guide Timothy “Speed” Levitch leads a dynamic cruise through creative practice, as …

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I profess a bias in my analysis of Beachler; he became a friend whose work I have been following and discussing for several years, …

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  The perception of high emotional tension culminates into loneliness at Charlotte Street Foundations’ 2015 Visual Art Award Exhibition at H&R Block Artspace. After …

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  Imagine being inside a video game where you outmaneuver throngs of Sunday drivers on foot; the goal is to get past these slow …

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