In this sequel to his acclaimed 2003 collection, Seeing Out Loud, critic Jerry Saltz offers more of his unique take on the good, the bad, and the very bad in contemporary art Saltz, senior art critic for New York magazine and two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, has an unsparing eye, a deep love of the art world, respect for artists, self-deprecating humor, and the most readable, entertaining writing style of any critic working today. In this volume, he looks at the most recent extravagances at the nexus of art and money, and asks, now that the money is gone, how might art and the art world put their house in order?
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About the Author
Jerry Saltz has lectured coast to coast including at Harvard University, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and many others. He currently teaches at Columbia University, the School of Visual Arts, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, which awarded him an honorary doctorate in 2008.