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Tussle stands as a testament to the evolving discourse surrounding contemporary artistic practice. Initiated in Toronto in 2013 and subsequently transplanted to the vibrant milieu of New York City under the direction of Laura Horne, this platform has emerged as a locus of critical inquiry and creative intervention.

Since 2020, Laura Horne has spearheaded Tussle Projects, embodying the curated exploration of artistic expression at the core of Tussle's ethos. Here, the boundaries of traditional exhibition spaces are transcended, facilitating a dialectical engagement with emergent forms and ideas. Notably, the collaborative endeavor 'On the Edge of the Infinite,' orchestrated alongside Steven Pestana and Sophia Sobers, underscores Tussle's commitment to fostering immersive encounters with contemporary art.

Central to Tussle's mission is a focus on artistic innovation and experimentation, shedding light on the diverse practices employed by artists to push the boundaries of their respective mediums. By eschewing traditional categorizations, Tussle endeavors to offer a nuanced understanding of the complexities inherent in contemporary artistic expression. Through rigorous inquiry and dialogue, Tussle aims to redefine the parameters of art criticism, offering a fresh perspective on the ever-evolving landscape of contemporary art.

Thank you to all the writers, artists, and curators for your ongoing support of Tussle Magazine/Projects.  We greatly appreciate your contributions. If you have exhibition reviews, articles related to artists' practices, artist interviews, or collaborative exhibitions that you would like to submit for consideration please email laurahorne[at]tusslemagazine.com.

Founder / Editor:

Laura Horne is a curator, writer, artist, and arts administrator living and working in New York City.

Artistic Advisors [print edition]:

Coming soon

Co-Curators:

Steven Pestana

Sophia Sobers

 

Contributors:

William Corwin is a visual artist, writer, and curator living and working in New York City.

Jonathan Goodman is a poet and art writer who has covered New York art for three decades. He takes a special interest in sculpture and in new art from Asia.

Saul Ostrow is an American art critic and art curator. In 1972 Ostrow received his MFA in art from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Ostrow was the editor of the book series Critical Voices in Art, Theory, and Culture published by Routledge London and is the Art Editor at Large for Bomb Magazine.

Gwenael Kerlidou is a French-born abstract painter living in Brooklyn who occasionally writes about painting.

David Rhodes is an artist and writer who was born in Manchester, UK (1955). After living in London, Berlin, and Barcelona he now lives and works in New York. 

Joanna Seifter is a writer, artist, and museum programmer living and working in New York City.

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