Tag: Katy Siegel


Abstraction and the Holocaust

“Abstraction and the Holocaust,” by Mark Godfrey. Yale University Press, 2007. Mark Godfrey examines how American abstract artists reacted to the Holocaust. Reviewed by Ross Wilson in Frieze Magazine. “If Godfrey�s book is a history, it is an importantly revisionist one, extending and modifying the understanding of �abstraction� with which […]


Michael Fallon: Chronicling artistic failure

In his art blog The Chronicle of Artistic Failure, Michael Fallon studies how art is failing in this country. Part journalism, part concentrated research, part memoir�it�s a series of blog-postings and articles that tell the tale of his own failure as an artist and what this failure has meant to […]