News and Interviews
Famed Teutonic art journal October asks a bunch of people, including PCS, what they think of decolonization.
Appeared on old friend Anne Pasmanick’s Power Station podcast.
Melanie Benson Taylor’s ambitious book is dangerous and bracing, unsentimental yet heartfelt. Twenty-nine scholars, plus Stephen Graham Jones and PCS, reshuffle the entire field.
Better late than never! Culture reporter Jennifer Schuessler interviews PCS on the Washington NFL’s team name change.
“I knew it might be coming, but it's such a shock when it actually happens. Nothing was more immovable in the mascot discussion than the Washington NFL franchise."
Museum Magazine features article by PCS on the Americans exhibition.
“That brunch in the forest.” PCS on Sidedoor podcast.
Joining the ranks of Linda Nochlin, Roberta Smith, Holland Cotter and Carolina Miranda, PCS delivers the Eleventh Annual AICA/USA Distinguished Critic Lecture.
Companion book for the Americans exhibition, by co-curator Cecile R. Ganteaume. PCS contributes the afterword, Colin Calloway the foreword. It’s good, buy it.
This all happens in one December evening: dinner, movie, panel discussion, book signing. The movie is John Ford's The Searchers. Panelists include best-selling author Glenn Frankel and PCS, moderated by Smithsonian curator Jim Deutsch. Fri Dec 5, 7pm, NMAI DC.
One Night Only: PCS at the Art Conversation Series, MacKenzie Art Gallery: Wednesday November 19. Where? Regina, Saskatchewan, 5:30 pm. Pizza will be available for a nominal fee.
PCS contributes foreword to the superb EMPIRE: Photographs and Essays by Lewis deSoto.
PCS author talk at DC’s Martin Luther King Memorial Library Tue Nov 13, 7 pm.
Interview with Paul Chaat Smith.
The lecture is titled “Making Sense of the New Romanticism: Americans and Indians in the 21st Century.” The venue is Lewis Auditorium, Cornell University. The day is Thu Mar 1. The time is 4:30 pm.
PCS lecture at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore: Monday, November 28, for MICA's new MFA program in Curatorial Practice.
PCS reviews the new Geraldine Brooks novel, Caleb’s Crossing, in the Washington Post. It’s pretty good!
Global Art Histories/Multiple Modernities: PCS presenting at College Art Association, New York. Free and open to the public! Thursday, February 10.
PCS speaks at Aurora University's Schingoethe Museum.That's Illinois, baby! Thursday November 4, 7 pm sharp, in the Perry Theater.
PCS remembers Wilma Mankiller @ CNN.com.
Attend opening for “Hide: Skin as Material and Metaphor” at NMAI New York.
Brian Jungen: Strange Comfort reviewed on front page of Washington Post’s Style section. Full color!
Louise Erdrich awards stars to Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong.
Brian Jungen: Strange Comfort on NPR’s Weekend Edition.
PCS introduces Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev at Hirshhorn’s Meet the Artist event with Brian Jungen.
Panel discussion for amazing Culture Warriors show of aboriginal art at American University.
PCS quoted in Washington Post story about the art collection in the Obama White House.
PCS reveals his next project on Washington Post books blog.
National broadcast of Episode Five: Wounded Knee, the final chapter in American Experience’s We Shall Remain series. PCS a talking head and creative consultant.
Reading and signing at Politics & Prose, DC’s finest bookstore.
Packed reading and signing at NMAI World Headquarters.