JACK GOLDSTEIN AND THE CALARTS MAFIA PDF

Courtesy of James Welling. I was always a little crazed; and I knew there was no safety net for me In , after Helene quit her job at Pomona, we went together to New York; after a few years she became the Director of Artists Space. Since graduating in , I had been going back and forth between L. Artists Space was a nonprofit place where many of us exhibited before we went to commercial galleries. I did my first performances in New York there, as well as showed my films. Irving Sandler was on the board of Artists Space, and Helene used to argue with him; he was an art historian who was extremely conservative in what he considered good art.

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How to write a great review. As a former teacher at CalArts and former director of graduate studies at Art Center College of Design, his occupational and geographic position allowed him personal access to most of the participating figures, and his experience as an intimate witness enabled him to extract some of the most unguarded art-world testimony in print. The title should be at least 4 characters long. Richard HertzJack Goldstein.

I hear that this is hard to find, out of print, so definitely keep an eye out. Miki Garcia rated it really liked it Aug 09, Please send comments about this review to editor. Almost an Urban Myth than book. Jack Goldstein and the CalArts Mafia lays bare many of the vices and devices deployed in cultivating these relationships as integral to cultivating a career as an artist.

As a historical text, it is juicy, mesmerizing, and at times wobbly—as any account of power, ambition, and talent might be when told by its agents in the first person, resting on memories that stretch across ten, twenty, or more years. The contributors, particularly Goldstein himself, offer up bombshell art-world revelations with all the detached irony typical of the times.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The Coolest People in Art: We appreciate your feedback. Hertz himself occupies a position that makes him uniquely qualified to facilitate these interviews. Goldstein set the record as straight as he cared to before hanging himself eleven days after the completion of this book.

Roxane rated it it was ad May 22, Return to Book Page. Suzan Mikiel rated it really liked it Jul 14, Thus in form and content the book both jacm and constitutes an ethical morass, yet this is part of what makes it extremely engaging and eye-opening, if not essential, reading.

Ana Iwataki rated foldstein it was amazing Jan 04, Sam rated it liked it Sep 11, Urbanism, Politics, and Mass Culture with Norman Klein as well as the mafi of the boundary-busting Desiring Machines1 the interviews in the volume under review provide surprising and unusual insight into an otherwise closed association of California schoolmates who transplanted themselves to New York City as they endeavored to shift the trajectory of contemporary art.

Gabs Wolf rated it it was ok Apr 12, Aug 17, Goldsteein rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Daniel Ingroff rated it liked it Jan 10, If you are looking for a book to animate the scholarship on the group later known as the Pictures artists of the s and s, Jack Goldstein and the CalArts Mafia by Richard Hertz could prove to be an essential text.

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How to write a great review. As a former teacher at CalArts and former director of graduate studies at Art Center College of Design, his occupational and geographic position allowed him personal access to most of the participating figures, and his experience as an intimate witness enabled him to extract some of the most unguarded art-world testimony in print. The title should be at least 4 characters long. Richard HertzJack Goldstein. I hear that this is hard to find, out of print, so definitely keep an eye out. Miki Garcia rated it really liked it Aug 09, Please send comments about this review to editor.

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