Tressa Berman, Ph.D. is an art writer, visual ethnographer and creative coach who specializes in visual cultural studies and the creative exchange. She has listened to and shared stories from the hood of a car in rural North Dakota, the desert campfires of central Australia, and urban art studios in Los Angeles. She has published two non-fiction books, poetry chapbooks, and countless academic articles she hopes someone has read. Her art writing includes catalogue essays for galleries and for magazines such as Art Papers, New Art Examiner, REVIEW: Literature and Arts of the Americas, Fabrik Magazine, 2019 COLA Artists Catalogue for LAMAG, and others. She is a humble and proud member of the Los Angeles Poets & Writers Collective.
Michael Fallon poses a key question in his decade-long retrospective of art and Los Angeles in the 1970s: What exactly is the position of the artist in relationship to his or her art? His exploration ...
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