Thursday, June 25, 2009
Why is Miami so complacent and blasé when it comes to critical discourse?
1-Miami’s humidity (our flat topography!), 2- The inability of Miami critics (are there any left?) to communicate interesting premises, 3- The generation known as “Miami artists” are already an established and sought-after lot, 4- Most of the relevant art media is out of Miami, 5- Depressed -as we are- by the art market crisis, our critical abilities have become temporarily disabled. 6- Artists and the public have better things to do than to pay attention to meaningless remarks (tainted with post-modernist jargon about art), 7- The Cold War is over.