Tag: Michele Maccarone

Jerry Saltz Says "Time-Traveling Revolutionaries Pulled Art Dealer From Venice Canal!"

by Jeriah Hildwine Michele Maccarone living the good life, with snacks, a hottie, and an intact nose. (Photo from lyricsdog.eu) In a recent article on Artnet.com, Jerry Saltz recounts New York art dealer Michele Maccarone’s story of how she broke her nose at the Venice: “Around 3:30 am one night, tipsy and tired, she was... Read more »

Me, Jerry Saltz, Ambition, and Public Urination

by Jeriah Hildwine Jerry Saltz speaking at MICA. This photograph is from a 2008 appearance, originally posted on bmoreart.blogspot.com. My first encounter with Jerry Saltz was about five and a half years ago, when he came to speak at the Maryland Institute College of Art while I was a student there in the Hoffberger School... Read more »