Ed Schad

Ed Schad is a writer and curator living in Los Angeles. He writes for Art Review, Art Slant, and The Brooklyn Rail, among other publications. Most of his writing can be found on his blog, www.icallitoranges.blogspot.com.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

A Mirror For Our Delusions

Deborah Solomon’s new biography of Norman Rockwell has been receiving plenty of attention for its speculations on the artist’s sexuality. What’s more relevant is how Solomon considers the gap between Rockwell the Man and Rockwell the Illustrator as part of a force that molded American fantasy during the rise of popular culture....


Making the Modern Museum
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