Reinventing the Critic


Friday, May 15, 2009

In today's scary media landscape -- full of layoffs and closing papers -- arts coverage is especially vulnerable. Arts critics must invent new ways to do what they do. Film critic Mike D'Angelo and visual art critic Lori Waxman are two journalists blazing that trail. Produced by Jonathan Mitchell.

    Music Playlist
  1. String Quartet No. 17 in B-Flat, K. 458 - "The Hunt": III. Adagio
    Artist: Emerson String Quartet
    Album: Mozart: String Quartets K. 465, 458 & 421
    Label: Deutsche Grammophon Gmb, Hamburg
    Purchase: Amazon
  2. Cry
    Artist: Money Mark
    Album: Mark's Keyboard Repair
    Label: The Island Def Jam Music Group
    Purchase: Amazon
  3. La Drogue
    Artist: Richard De Bordeaux & Daniel Beretta
    Album: Get Easy! The French Pops Collection
    Label: Motor/Polygram
  4. Zahnluecke
    Artist: Hauschka
    Album: Room to Expand
    Label: FatCat Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  5. Echo's Answer
    Artist: Broadcast
    Album: The Noise Made by People
    Label: Warp Records Limited
    Purchase: Amazon


Jonathan Mitchell

Comments [5]

Barb Flunker from St. Louis MO

Lori Waxman's 60 Words per Minute Art Critic review can be monumental for the artist on his/her journey. To give every artist, first come, first served, an opportunity for review is inspiring.

May. 18 2009 05:20 PM
Adrian from Tampa Bay area, Florida

Great insight, thanks for a good article! My wife is up and running with a website and several gallery connections in our area; this takes it to another level and I'm fwding. this piece to her.

Her site, "if anyone's interested":

Thanks again for advancing the artist's way forward!

From the husband, who listens on Sundays!

A. Vander Pyl
in Palmetto FL 34221
Member: WUSF 89.7 Tampa

May. 17 2009 06:41 PM
Remy Steiner from Brooklyn

Thanks, Leital!
Gotta get me that one.

May. 17 2009 11:00 AM
Leital from Studio 360

The track was:"La Drogue" Richard De Bordeaux & Daniel Beretta - Get Easy! The French Pops Collection - Motor/Polygram.
You can click on the "music" link under the blurb of each story and the track listing will come up. Glad you enjoyed!


May. 16 2009 01:59 PM
Remy Steiner from Brooklyn

what was the french pop music at the Cannes part of this interview? Love it!

May. 16 2009 10:29 AM

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