Interviews

Interview with Tim Portlock

I first became aware of the artist Tim Portlock when I reviewed the Great Rivers Biennial at the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) St. Louis in October 2020. Then in its ninth edition, the Biennial had been designed to recognize visual artists in the greater St. Louis area. Portlock, along with fellow St. Louis-based artists Kahlil Robert Irving and Rachel Youn, had been selected by three...
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