Gary Indiana’s “Vile Days” Makes Me Want To Continue Being An Art Critic
Art / Books

Gary Indiana’s “Vile Days” Makes Me Want To Continue Being An Art Critic

Gary Indiana’s art column in The Village Voice, which ran from 1985 to 1988, is unthinkable from today’s standards of art criticism. And this just isn’t because The Voice doesn’t exist anymore (or, actually, it does in the form of a zombie Twitter account blasting out old articles into the void). More than just the … Continue reading

Drag Them To Filth: Dumb Seasonal Signs, Right For #MeToo Policing And Intellectual Theft Edition
Drag Them To Filth

Drag Them To Filth: Dumb Seasonal Signs, Right For #MeToo Policing And Intellectual Theft Edition

Why hello there, dearest Filthy Dreams readers! Do you feel a burning sensation in your chest? Is your face getting hot? Are your eyes stinging? Stop Googling symptoms of a heart attack (though if your arm is numb, call 911). We know what that feeling really is: white-hot rage, most likely caused by some horrendous … Continue reading