THE 5 LOVE LANGUAGES OF ART CRITICISM

Want to give birth to your dog? Got nothing but Krewes Love? Here's five articles from our archive that intense, deep feeling.
  1. Laurie Anderson: Heart of a Dog
    Dog guardian? How deep is your love, really? Liz Glass reviews Laurie Anderson's "Heart of a Dog." The artist’s dreams, memories, and, perhaps most poignantly, her failures with beloved pup Lolabelle as cipher. cipher. http://dailyserving.com/2016/01/laurie-anderson-heart-of-a-dog/
  2. Interview with Nick Cave
    Krewes Love. Artist Nick Cave talks community, visual art practice and shamanism http://dailyserving.com/2015/12/interview-with-nick-cave/
  3. Ellen Lesperance: We Were Singing at Adams and Ollman
    Not many things are more difficult than articulating love. Artist Ellen Lesperance tackles the subject times two http://dailyserving.com/2015/09/ellen-lesperance-we-were-singing-at-adams-and-ollman/
  4. Margaret: Chronicle of an Affair at White Castle
    Who do you love? Gunther loves Margret f̶o̶r̶e̶v̶e̶r̶. One man’s obsession, desperate egotism and possessiveness during an era of upheaval for gender and sexual politics in the West http://dailyserving.com/2015/04/margret-chronicle-of-an-affair-at-white-columns/
  5. Ann Hirsch: Playground at JOAN
    "Playground," a dual portrait—of the time in a young person’s life when sexuality finds expression, and also of the early internet as the interface that shapes it. http://dailyserving.com/2015/04/ann-hirsch-playground-at-joan/