Megan N. Liberty is a writer based in Brooklyn. She has an MA in art history from the Courtauld Institute of Art and a BA from Dickinson College. Her interests include text and image, artists’ books and ephemera, and archive curatorial practices.
From across the gallery, Lorna Simpson’s screenprint-painting Blue Turned Temporal (2019) looked like a deserted Read More
As part of its 93rd Annual Interntional Competition, the Print Center in Philadelphia included a solo exhibition of ten screenprints by one of the competition award winners, Chinn Wang, Read More
The first word that came to mind entering Bill Wurtz’s fall exhibition “Domestic Space” was scale. The entry gallery was strikingly empty, a quality exaggerated by Read More