Art; Interdisciplinary Studies
In a recent exhibition catalog of painter Mark Greenwold at New York’s DC Moore Gallery, the artist, in lieu of a conventional statement about his work, conducted a self-interview. To his question, ‘‘Why?’’ Greenwold responded:
"I thought that I could possibly get at things that another person might ﬁnd too daunting or too polite to ask—very obvious questions by the way, that I’d probably be too thin-skinned or reactive to give an honest response to if another person asked the question." [excerpt]
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Egan, Shannon. (Winter 2009) Mark Greenwold’s Excited Self. The Gettysburg Review 22(4):580-592.
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