On the Veranda

Morgan, Anne Barclay
May 2000
Art Papers Magazine;May/Jun2000, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p20
An interview with artist Dave Hickey who recently curated "Ultralounge: the Return of Social Space" is presented. In this interview, he discusses how this particular version of the exhibition differed from the show at DiverseWorks in Houston, Texas. He also reveals how he picks the title of "Ultralounge," his views on how the work in "Ultralounge" can be appreciated and the future of art criticism and art viewing practice.


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