Summer of HateBy Wendy Vogel
Over the past two decades, Chris Kraus has channeled the clichéd advice to “write what you know” into high formal and philosophical stakes: a radical subjectivity that jettisons the fiction of critical distance to embody the feminist ethos “the personal is the political.”
Hesitating BeautyBy Talia Bloch
Joshua Lutz wants us to feel more than he wants us to know. A photographer and artist who grew up with a mentally ill mother, Lutz has come out with a new book focused on his mothers life that is as emotionally compelling as it is parsimonious with the biographical details it divulges.