Tag Archives: Stuart Sherman

We have only allocated an hour to write this post, so we don’t have time to discuss that infamous memo (we mean here the Nunes memo, not Trump himself) Given this time-crunch we’re merely going to see how the posts from our allocated two week period from last year (Jan. 23-Feb 5) fit into the […]

I was leafing through the recent issue of Mousse that comprises a (SMALL) anthology of writings and interviews that have appeared in the magazine’s pages since 2006. In a 2010 piece about the performance artist Stuart Sherman, who died from AIDS in 2001, Johnatan Berger makes reference to a series of book reviews that Sherman […]