Category Archives: Columns

REVIEW – Museum Hours by Jem Cohen

Museum Hours meanders thus, like a leisurely walk across campus or a thoughtful mosey through a gallery. It lingers, at both expected and unexpected intervals, to examine the layers of imagery, the texturing of impressions that create the large and small occurrences that memory accumulates, and it moves from moment to moment without ceremony, shifting from one to the next without releasing the one that came before.

REVIEW – Mississippi John Hurt: Rediscovered

At the end of each day one can see hundreds of furry white bolls–along the flat, flat, flat fields, or against the red ball of a sun and the flicker of heat lightning and a brutal storm coming–falling like hail from the sky.