The Artist’s World,at the CCAC Institute, delivers a deliciously nasty take on contemporary artists’ lives, laced with self-loathing, acrid humor, and in-jokes. If you get it, you’ll like it.

- Meredith Tromble [Tuesday, October 9th, 2001]

Lisa Kokin’s photo webs at Catharine Clark Gallery and Adaline Kent’s sculptures at 871 Fine Arts. Kent, an innovative modernist in the 1940s, died young in a car crash. Since then her work has been closely held by her family; see this wonderful work before it disappears into private collections.

- Meredith Tromble [Monday, October 8th, 2001]

After you’ve seen the missile strikes and grown weary of the endless, speculative punditry , visit Stratfor (Strategic Forecasting) for the skinny.

- Ella Delaney [Sunday, October 7th, 2001]

Painter/entrepreneur Thomas Kinkade presents the latest chapter in America’s ongoing quest for a version of small town America that never really existed in the first place.

- Ella Delaney [Saturday, October 6th, 2001]

Wise and truthful words from Salman Rushdie.

- David Lawrence [Friday, October 5th, 2001]

this is not art and electrofringe in newcastle, australia
see and for more
video star (artists using video) currently being held in wellington, new zealand
keynote by deleuze scholar and media theorist brian massumi
and special lecture by critic, curator and videomaker John DiStephano
see for more

- amy berk [Thursday, October 4th, 2001]

From the editors