ART PAPERS 30.03 - May/June 2006
In this issue - among others - an excerpt from a photographic series by Jean-Luc Moulene, a French artist whose work remains relatively unknown in the U.S., that enlists the language of publicity to produce dissensual images. Gean Moreno introduces Miami artist Diego Singh's expansive practice, focusing on its transvestite dimension in the essay Diego Singh: Self-Portrait as An/Other. Michelle White explores the quest for connection embodied in Katrina Moorhead's atmospheres, and the subtle power of obliqueness in the essay Natural Decline: Katrina Moorhead's Poetic Perceptions.
The editor's picks of notable shows are The Gospel of Lead: Dario Robleto and Jeremy Blake, reviewed by Anjali Gupta, Whitney Biennial 2006: Day for Night, reviewed by Susan Canning, and The Moderna Exhibition 2006, reviewed by Robert Stasinski.