Who is Visceral Response?Dina del Valle, raconteur, blabbermouth, know-it-all, collector of SAT words.
Tag Archives: Jerry Saltz
Saltz on the Firing of L.A. MoCA’s Director, Paul Schimmel — Vulture. Ah, another nail in MOCA’s coffin means another chance to bask in the power and glory that is James Franco.
Work of Art ended Wednesday night, and despite all my complaints about how lackluster the season’s been, it rights its ship by rewarding the best technical artist in the finale who also put together the most cohesive show and I find I have nothing to say but that I’m glad it ended the way it did. Continue reading
A review of the penultimate episode of the second season of Work of Art: The Next Great Artist Continue reading
Post mortem at the Dillon and Kymia’s pouring one out for Sucklord, making jokes about what a pervert he is. Sigh. I miss him already. Continue reading
No one really cares that Bayeté lost so we circle back around to Young’s win and now it’s Dusty’s turn to hate on Young a little. But I like Dusty and want to bounce rubber balls off Young’s head, so I don’t mind him bitching. Continue reading
Dillon time means time for Young to let us know just how deeply and meaningfully he feels things. This time, it’s about how he wants his roommates (Sucklord and Tewz) to stay but he just doesn’t want anyone to go. Guys, he feels so many feelings. I’d like him to feel the feeling of my hitting him on the head with a whiffle ball bat. Continue reading
When they get off the elevator, they spy a naked can and pretend that they can’t figure out what the challenge is but follow the cans (this will become a recurring theme this episode) to a gallery where China is continuing her sartorial tour of the 60s. Continue reading
Leave it to a bunch of artists on a reality show to watch some parkour and be inspired to create a pieces about geopolitical migration or taking a dump. Continue reading
If you’re still looking for Art Forum by way of PBS the episode title should tell you exactly how disappointed you will be with this season of Work of Art. Continue reading