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/ Frances Stark
View of Frances Stark’s "Sorry for the Wait," greengrassi, London, 2015.
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Morgan Quaintance

Hard-drive art: exhibitions and discrete works as life audits, comprising the photographic and documentary contents/detritus of an artist’s hard drive or cloud-space (a collective term for an individual’s online storage facilities). Not yet a widely acknowledged post-digital subgenre, but seemingly the organizing principle behind Frances Stark’s disappointing greengrassi solo show:... continue reading
View of Frances Stark’s “Bobby Jesus’s Alma Mater,” Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2014.
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Jonathan Griffin

About three years ago, something unexpected happened in Frances Stark’s art. After two decades of making work about herself—about her anxieties and obsessions, her identity crises and motivational struggles—she started making work about other people. Stranger still, her subjects became, in most instances, young men of color. Stark’s current exhibition... continue reading

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