Tiffany is a New York-based writer and editor whose work has appeared in Surface, Wallpaper*, Acne Paper, Art Review, Paper and Nylon, among others. Most recently, she was part of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s curatorial team that produced the 2011 exhibition, “Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970–1990.”
Posts written by Tiffany Jow
Scott Balzak imagines how Picasso, Pollack, Matisse, Raphael, et al would react to the popular iPhone app.
You see a Facebook profile page, results from a Google Image search, or a YouTube video reel. Ken Solomon sees a work of art.
In a recent op-ed piece for the New York Times, writer Charles McGrath attempts to unpack the question of whether bad people can create good art. Obviously evil deeds don’t prevent a person from making something awesome. McGrath goes further, arguing that the traits of bad people facilitate artistic genius.