Jerry Saltz, senior art critic at New York magazine, has developed a massive social media following for his outspoken, innovative commentaries on art and culture. In this hour-long conversation, part of the Talks at Google series, Megan Green chats with Saltz about making art during a pandemic, power shifts taking place in the art world, and Saltz’s book, How to Be an Artist. With his signature irreverence and heart, Saltz encourages all would-be artists to hush their demons and get to work.
About the Speaker
Jerry Saltz is senior art critic at New York magazine and the entertainment site Vulture. Saltz is winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Criticism and two National Magazine Awards, and author of How to Be an Artist.
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