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
Famously reclusive artist Michael Heizer may have declined to be part of MOCA’s current land art exhibition, but that’s probably because he was busy mounting a 340-ton rock into LACMA’s backyard.
If you see nothing, say something.
Artists team up to make work inspired by each other, making for an exhibition that doubles as a who’s who of the contemporary art world.
Sky blue spikes, a sound system, water cannons, giant fans, and pollution-fighting skin: Wendy pulls out all the stops to set the stage for the ultimate summer party spot.
The Art Institute of Chicago commissions a surreal assortment of brightly colored objects from German artist Katharina Fritsch.