Posts Tagged ‘Julia Friedman’

Just Published: “Sexual Neurosis or Creative Catalyst? Hysteria and Demonic Possession in Alexei Remizov’s Solomoniia”

I am delighted to announce the arrival of Mental Illness in Symbolism, edited by my colleague Professor Rosina Neginsky, just out with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. My modest contribution to the volume, is an article on Alexei Remizov’s literary exploration of madness as a form of creativity. The idea of hysteria as a creative catalyst, which […]

Forrest Solis and The Sleepers Featured in The Phoenix New Times

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Read ‘The title of artist has to be earned’ by Peter Nowogrodzki in The Guardian (June 14)

Photos From Dave Hickey In Conversation with Julia Friedman at UCLA Hammer Museum, Wednesday, May 11, 2016 — and at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel on Thursday, May 12, 2016

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UCLA Hammer Museum Livestream Video: In conversation with Dave Hickey (5.11.16)


Julia Friedman included in Mat Gleason’s Coagula #113 and featured in the current exhibit at MOAH: Eric Minh Swenson’s “160 Portraits of the Leading Professionals in Today’s Art Scene”

. Art Stars: Eric Minh Swenson’s Art World Yearbook, Coagula Issue #113, May 2016 Art Stars, at The Museum of Art and History (MOAH), Lancaster, CA, runs until July 24 Art Stars is a solo photographic essay on the art scene from New York to California. Documenting over 160 women artists, dealers, and writers. This […]

SITE Santa Fe — Full Length Video: Art Critic Dave Hickey speaking with Art Historian Julia Friedman (4.15.16)