ART-ICLES

Anya Firestone's Art-icles question, critique, and analyze art's use across contemporary culture from a curatorial and art-historical perspective. With a unique focus on the [brand x artist] collaborations that thrive today, Firestone's layered writings propose new understandings of the "hyper-trend" from both a creative marketing lens, and a curatorial and Cultural Studies methodology. Firestone's critical analyses are informed by her art-world experience as a gallery director, museum educator, and curator, in conjunction with academic training in art history, philosophy, and French Cultural Studies.

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FIGURING ART OUT: REGINALD SYLVESTER II

Highsnobiety magazine

issue 16 

 

 

 

 

 

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"LOOK MOMA NO HANDS!": THE IRONY OF THE ARTIST'S ASSISTANT

Highsnobiety Magazine

Issue 15

 

 

 

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DAMAGED GOODS: THE DRAW OF THE [High Brand x Street Art] COLLABORATION

Highsnobiety Magazine

 Issue 14

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DECK THE WALLS: THE RISE OF THE [Skateboard x Art] COLLABORATION

Highsnobiety Magazine

 Issue 13

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FROM HIGH ART TO HIGH TOPS:

THE IMPACT OF [Brand x Artist] COLLABORATIONS

Highsnobiety Magazine

Issue 10

Extending her research performed at Columbia University Graduate School on the French19th century Decadent Movement and its anachronistic relation to contemporary curating and brand strategy, Firestone's other writings offer new understandings of a fin-de-siècle literary canon relative to art's presence in the 20th and 21st centuries. 

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D̶e̶c̶a̶d̶e̶n̶t̶ ̶A̶r̶t̶  Art in Decadence:

Curating a Musée Imaginaire

AUTOMATON V

TREIGNAC PROJECT ART JOURNAL