Peter S. Briggs is the Helen DeVitt Jones Curator of Art at the Museum of Texas Tech University, developer and director of the Artist Printmaker/Photographer Research Collection (AP/RC), and a member of graduate faculty in the Museum Science program where he teaches curatorial methodology.
There is a part of America that exists miles from nowhere.
It has been called many names: the Empty Quarter, the Margins, the Yonlands, America’s Outback, the Lands Nobody Wanted, and the Last, the Remnant, or the Surviving Frontier Read More
Garo Antreasian’s contributions to the art and technology of lithography in post–World War II America are well-known, and parts of the story told in his recently published book will be familiar to many readers—the struggle to advance printmaking in mid-century America Read More
Building on a series of 2012 lectures they gave at the Cornerhouse cinema and gallery in Manchester, in this volume Ian Lowey and Suzy Prince survey an assortment of rowdy art made from the early 1960s through 2008 by a selection of mostly British and American artists. Read More