The Good, the Bad, and the Very Bad: A Year in the Life of an Art Critic
Slide presentation and conversation with Jerry Saltz, Senior Art Critic, the Village Voice, New York
Saturday, June 12, 1pm
Senior Art Critic of the Village Voice, Jerry Saltz will present a public lecture entitled "The Good, the Bad and the Very Bad: A Year in the Life of an Art Critic." Saltz has lectured at numerous museums and colleges including Harvard University, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He currently teaches at Columbia Graduate School of Art, New York and The Art Institute of Chicago. A contributing editor at Art in America, Saltz has written for Frieze, Parkett, Flash Art, and Time Out, New York. Jerry Saltz was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Criticism in 2000 and, in 2003, he published a compilation of his writings entitled Seeing Out Loud: Village Voice Art Columns 1998-2003 (ISBN 1930589174). Saltz's visit to Austin is in conjunction with New American Talent: The Nineteenth Exhibition on view 12 June - 22 August 2004. Admission is free. For recent Village Voice articles written by Saltz please visit www.villagevoice.com.