Last week’s hurricane may have passed us over, but this week promises a serious cultural deluge. This week’s BOMB Alert is a real category five, with a Tao Lin reading; Pipilotti Rist, Jackie Saccoccio, and Santiago Sierra openings; and the chance to schmooze with BOMB editors and other literati at LitCrawl and the Brooklyn Book Festival!
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In the final installment of the WHAT STATE ABSTRACTION series, Marc Handelman and Cheryl Donegan discuss the resurgence of abstract painting in the early 2000s.
In this installment, Jessica Dickinson and Philip Taaffe answer the question “What is the current state of abstraction?”
Earlier this year I posed a question to 12 admired painters: “What is the current state of abstraction?” The following is a collection of their responses, spanning the absurd, the analytical, and the visionary, all linked by an undercurrent of curiosity for the unknown.
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