Saul Anton is former Senior Editor at BOMB Magazine, and writes frequently about contemporary art and culture. He is the author of Lee Friedlander's The Little Screens and Warhol's Dream.
Is Stephen Shore the Most Influential Photographer of the 20th Century?
Stephen Shore's triumphant MoMA retrospective surveys the work of a Warholian shutterbug whose lifelong embrace of the medium's vernacular forms has now earned him a healthy following on Instagram.
Chicago Architecture Biennial: Not Just Glass Towers and Ruin Porn
While acknowledging our digital present, the Chicago Architecture Biennial's sprawling sophomore installment snubs celebrity and takes a deep dive into history, material, and process.
Is a Gallery-Sharing Model the Answer to Art Fair Fatigue?
Saul Anton takes the tour of this year’s Condo New York, a joint venture from Lower East Side dealers Simone Subal and Nicole Russo that sees Manhattan galleries share their spaces with colleagues from around the world.