All posts by Josie Glassberg

Looking at art is Josie’s favorite thing to do, followed closely by writing about it. After attending St. Olaf College for printmaking and exhibiting her own work for several years, Josie began writing for different publications and has only looked back, like, twice. More at www.josieglassberg.com.

EVERYTHING

Art that reminds us we are coping, not thriving

/ March 24, 2022

Grüüp Interview

Four Kiwi artists on their pop-up exhibition, The Desert Sea

/ February 25, 2022

‘Catenary Control’

Nate Clark’s nets become a dreamscape

/ November 9, 2021

#SueñoAmericano

Lauren Cardenas shows what it looks like when the American Dream doesn't deliver

/ August 3, 2021

Good morning

Megan Berner gives us 500 sunrises and a reason to get up early

/ February 16, 2021

Iconic

Q+A with Michael Sarich

/ January 15, 2021

Q&A with a clown

Heidi Rider acts a fool

/ November 12, 2020

Matching Picture: The Nevada Test Site

Looking at Emmet Gowin’s wasteland photographs for signs of life and avoidable death

/ October 30, 2020

A conversation with artist & activist Fawn Douglas

We talk striptease, stereotypes, and how Black Lives Matter is raising the tide for everyone

/ October 15, 2020