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Momus: A Return to Art Criticism: Vol. 1 (2014-17)

Editor
Sky Goodden
Price
$40.00
Date
2017
Publisher
Momus and /edition
Format
Anthologies
ISBN
978-1-7751545-0-1
Size
13.7 × 20 × 1.5 cm
Length
178 pp
Genre
Criticism, Contemporary Art
Description

Since 2014, Momus has dedicated itself to the vital, uphill work of producing criticism in a mostly uncritical time. Now, this laureled and loved online publication is moving into print with a compendium of its best – and best-read – art writing to date. This first collection includes selections from Andrew Berardini, Aruna D’Souza, Saelan Twerdy, Tausif Noor, Sky Goodden, Mitch Speed, Casey Beal, Lauren Wetmore, Ulysses Castellanos, Rahel Aimia, Joseph Henry, Kaegan Sparks, Kimberlee Cordova, and Alison Hugill.

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