A Third Path For the Novel
by Dean Kissick
The 2010s was a decade of autofiction and writers drawn in by, or disgusted with, art. A brief history of recent literature, from Karl Ove Knausgaard and Maggie Nelson to Ben Lerner and Ottessa Moshfegh.
With the country still in lockdown, three Vienna galleries – Emanuel Layr, Croy Nielsen, and Sophie Tappeiner – came up with a new format for an art fair set in the conference halls of a popular hotel in the Austrian capital.
A lot’s changed in New York since we last heard from Dean Kissick in October. A president was elected and fresh plywood added to store façades, quickly blanketed in new graffiti hearts. Hope and the 5G conspiracy are pretty tricky things.