Oxford Art Journal, October 2010

The October issue of Oxford Art Journal includes:

As well as reviews including:

Gregory Sholette, “Pale Riders: How a Band of Radical Outsiders Briefly Stole the New York City Art World (for the Better),” review of:

  • Julie Ault, ed., with essays by Ault, Tim Rollins, Doug Ashford, and Sabrina Locks: Show & Tell: A Chronicle of Group Material (Four Corners Books, 2010) [also see SCAHWeb here]
  • Ian Berry, ed., with contributions by Julie Ault, Susan Cahan, David Deitcher, Eleanor Heartney, Larry Rinder, and James Romaine, Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: A History (MIT, 2010)

Angela Miller, “Achilles the Bitter: Gorky and the Genocide,” review of:

  • Kim S. Theriault, Rethinking Arshile Gorky (PSU Press, 2009)
  • Michael R. Taylor, ed., Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective (Yale, 2009), essays by Taylor, Kim Theriault, Harry Cooper, Jody Patterson, and Robert Storr
  • Matthew Gale: Arshile Gorky: Enigma and Nostalgia (Tate, 2010)

Our Literal Speed, “Words, Gestures, Complicities, or The Fusion of Entertainment and Enlightenment,” review of The Invisible Committee, The Coming Insurrection (semiotext(e), 2009)