Drag Them To Filth: Ideal Women, Liberal Guilt, Art Critic Nervous Breakdown Edition
Drag Them To Filth

Drag Them To Filth: Ideal Women, Liberal Guilt, Art Critic Nervous Breakdown Edition

Hello, faithful Filthy Dreams readers, and welcome back to Drag Them To Filth. What’s that noise? Is that your blood boiling? Ours too. It’s time for this month’s wrap-up of the most extensive sigh-inducing arts-related reading on the Internet. So grab a cocktail or five and let’s start hate-reading: 1. Artnet News, Gallery Hopping: ‘Harumi’s … Continue reading

Drag Them To Filth: Ideal Male Bodies, Language Police And Long Haired Queer Activism Edition
Drag Them To Filth

Drag Them To Filth: Ideal Male Bodies, Language Police And Long Haired Queer Activism Edition

Well, hello there dearest Filthy Dreams readers! What’s that? Are you ready to fume? Us too. Why, we find ourselves so horrified, enraged and just a bit amused by the nonsense editors dare publish these days that we’re starting a new series here on Filthy Dreams–Drag Them To Filth. Here we’ll provide a monthly wrap-up … Continue reading

Filthy Dreams’s Guide To Every Response You’ll Ever Need For The Dana Schutz-Storm
Art

Filthy Dreams’s Guide To Every Response You’ll Ever Need For The Dana Schutz-Storm

Despite being hailed as the most “diverse” Whitney Biennal yet, the most famous works to captivate the nation’s attention managed to continue to be white artists and their struggle. We’re speaking, of course, about Jordan Wolfson’s Real Violence (2017) and Dana Schutz’s Open Casket (2016)–two shocking portrayals of sensationalized violence that centralized white suffering in … Continue reading