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see all contributions from Lauren O'Neill-Butler

  • print • Mar/Apr/May 2021

    The War of Art

    Yxta Maya Murray’s novel of performance and power • Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... eventually publishing them. It’s a risky path of reinvention, one made exciting by the renegades she brings along. Lauren O’Neill-Butler’s forthcoming book, Let’s Have a Talk: Conversations with Women on...

  • print • Apr/May 2020

    Artful Volumes

    The season’s outstanding art books • Bookforum contributors

    ... placed herself as a woman, as a young mother, as a partner, and wrote from that specific place.” --LAUREN O’NEILL-BUTLER 2019 was a banner year for the American feminist artist Kiki Smith. She had...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2019

    Artful Volumes

    This season's art books. • Bookforum contributors

    ... But sometimes the command is simply meditative: “Keep the next sound you hear in mind for at least the next half hour,” Oliveros wrote. The invitation beckons. --Lauren O'Neill-Butler As a teenage...

  • print • Summer 2019

    Severe and Pervasive

    The fight to make sexual harassment a crime • Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... we know more people are speaking up. How do we make those words count? Lauren O’Neill-Butler is a writer living in New York. ...

  • print • Apr/May 2019

    Suzanne Lacy: We Are Here edited by Rudolf Frieling, Lucía Sanromán, and Dominic Willsdon

    Lauren O'Neill-Butler

    “I still believe in the power of words to change culture.” That’s Lin Farley, a writer and former reporter, who coined the term sexual harassment in 1975. Farley was

  • print • Summer 2018

    Mind the Fact

    Hannah Arendt’s clairvoyant diagnosis of post-truth politics • Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... different ways, the people she profiles bring the light. Lauren O’Neill-Butler is a senior editor of Artforum. ...

  • print • Dec/Jan 2018

    Revel with a Cause

    Euripides’s Bakkhai Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... Dionysos’s influence, there is no telling where you will end up.” Lauren O’Neill-Butler is the managing editor of ...

  • print • Apr/May 2017

    Artful Volumes

    The season’s outstanding art books. • Bookforum Contributors

    ... WHICH MY INTELLIGENCE ABSOLUTELY REFUSES, OR MAKE A FOOL OF IT." --Lauren O'Neill-Butler "To crave and to have are as like as a thing and its shadow," Marilynne Robinson observes in her 1980...

  • print • Dec/Jan 2017

    Artful Volumes

    The season’s outstanding art books. • Bookforum contributors

    ... it. We were all so young." --Lauren O'Neill-Butler Tucked into the back pages of Nan Goldin's latest volume, DIVING FOR PEARLS (Steidl, $45), are three of Fosco Maraini's sumptuous photographs of...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2014

    Burn the Diaries

    Moyra Davey and Alison Strayer’s Burn the Diaries Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    MOYRA DAVEY, best known as a photographer, is also a writer. Since the early ’90s, the self-described homebody has taken the precariousness of the everyday, often outmoded

  • print • June/July/Aug 2014

    Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948–1988

    Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    AS LYGIA CLARK’S current MoMA retrospective finally brings her career more fully into view, so, too, arrive overdue scholarship, insights, and revelations about her work.

  • print • Dec/Jan 2014

    Lorna Simpson: Works on Paper

    Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    LORNA SIMPSON’S move away from video and large-scale photographs to drawings and collages might have struck some as a radical shift. Yet her serial portraits of women