The Question Of Painting In Today’S Art World

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The Question of Painting in Today’s Art World
Presented by Border Crossings Magazine

Barry Schwabsky, Art Critic, The Nation, in conversation with
Robert Enright, Contributing Editor of Border Crossings

A freewheeling conversation about the many lives of painting today. Painting remains the most contested art form in contemporary practice. Art critic, essayist and poet Barry Schwabsky will address, in conversation with Robert Enright, its hydra-headed nature. Schwabsky is one of the most influential writers on the art of painting; his essays, “Everyday Painting” in VP2 (2011), “An Art that Eats Its Own Head” in The Triumph of Painting (2005) and “Painting in the Interrogative Mode” in Vitamin P: New Perspectives in Painting (2002) are now canonical. He is also the art critic for The Nation and co-editor of international reviews for Artforum.
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