Ursula: Issue 2

In stock (1000 items available)
Ursula is a quarterly art magazine from Hauser & Wirth featuring essays, profiles, interviews, original portfolios, and photography by some of the most thought-provoking writers and artists in the world. The second issue of Ursula features a cover conversation between Luchita Hurtado and Andrea Bowers that delves into contemporary politics, first-wave feminism, the environmental perils facing the planet, the painterly pleasures of colour and 20th century art history.The issue also includes hand-drawn archival letters between Dieter Roth and Dorothy Iannone, partners in art, love and life; a comic essay by Jenny Jaskey about navigating the shoals of class in the art world while working as a cocktail waitress; an ode to the singular life of Sister Wendy Beckett, art nun to the world, by Linda Yablonsky; an interview by Bill Powers with the late Glenn O’Brien about the life and work of the renegade artist Dash Snow; an essay by Jori Finkel about the deep Los Angeles DNA of the artist Kaari Upson; and a look back on the long, perilous career of Don McCullin, one of Britain’s most celebrated living photographers.
ISBN 9783906915210. Hauser & Wirth.
available
  • $35.00
Qty:  
  • SKU
    9783906915210
Ursula is a quarterly art magazine from Hauser & Wirth featuring essays, profiles, interviews, original portfolios, and photography by some of the most thought-provoking writers and artists in the world. The second issue of Ursula features a cover conversation between Luchita Hurtado and Andrea Bowers that delves into contemporary politics, first-wave feminism, the environmental perils facing the planet, the painterly pleasures of colour and 20th century art history.The issue also includes hand-drawn archival letters between Dieter Roth and Dorothy Iannone, partners in art, love and life; a comic essay by Jenny Jaskey about navigating the shoals of class in the art world while working as a cocktail waitress; an ode to the singular life of Sister Wendy Beckett, art nun to the world, by Linda Yablonsky; an interview by Bill Powers with the late Glenn O’Brien about the life and work of the renegade artist Dash Snow; an essay by Jori Finkel about the deep Los Angeles DNA of the artist Kaari Upson; and a look back on the long, perilous career of Don McCullin, one of Britain’s most celebrated living photographers.
  • Author
    Kennedy, Randy
  • Publisher
    Hauser & Wirth
  • Release
    August 2019
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    128 pages. 30 x 22 cm
  • Status for WholeSale
    out of stock
  • Status for Website
    available