Jackson Arn has written for publications including Art in America, The Forward, Lapham’s Quarterly, The Nation, The New Statesman and The Point. He lives in the Southwestern USA.
At Monique Meloche, Chicago, the artist subverts the worst of American racial stereotyping in briskly emotive figurative paintings
The debut novel, sugar-dusted with zeitgeist signifiers, satirizes the 21st-century urban bourgeoisie – but who is the joke actually on?
At Karma, New York, the artist presents a new body of work that goes beyond the ‘gestural abstraction’ for which she is best known
The author’s latest novel, ‘The Silence’, is full of questions with obvious answers
At the Whitney Museum, an ambitious survey shows the transformative effects of Mexican muralism on the US avant-garde
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