Tiffany B. Brown

On art criticism and “Work of Art”

The show appealed to my belief that art only got better once the boundaries between high and low culture were relaxed, most famously by Andy Warhol, then by countless others. It also satisfied my hunger to try new things; my demons that demand I dance naked in public; and my desire to see if art criticism is supple and porous enough to be practiced on a wider stage–even if this stage distorted that practice.

Art critic Jerry Saltz, one of the judges on Bravo’s Work of Art, writes about why he did the show, and how it changed him as a critic.

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