“Steve Lambert, a conceptual artist […], is, depending on your perspective, a wry cultural critic or a loose cannon who must be stopped.” – Adweek Magazine
“Many artists aspire to be revolutionary, but Steve Lambert is truly original and radical.“ – Sarah Kirk Hanley, print curator
“He’s an artist, activist, interventionist, teacher, leader, role model, and technology guru.“ – Michelle Levy, Elizabeth Foundation
“Steve Lambert – his person and his work – exists on a continuum in a long line of absurdist provocateurs hell bent on changing the world for the better one sincere, well-formed, slightly ridiculous gesture at a time.” – Sam Gould, artist, Red76
“Steve Lambert has been a provocateur for over ten years now, and he continues to shock, inpire, and spur us to action” – Patrick Frank, author and art historian.
“That’s a wonderful spoof!” – Howard Zinn, historian, regarding Emma Goldman Institute for Anarchist Studies
Back in 2011 I wrote a short piece called “No One Wants to Watch a Drum Circle” for
Published on Creative Time Reports The maker of “Capitalism Works for Me” on corporate philanthropy’s role in the art world, the ethics and compromises of getting paid, and who deserves public scrutiny. On October 10, 2014, my stomach was in knots. I was at home in Beacon, NY, trying to swallow my lunch while my
Add-Art is a Firefox addon that replaces website advertising with art. Originally developed in 2008, the 2.0 release allows users to choose between different sources of art from The Brooklyn Museum, Eyebeam, Kadist Foundation, NASA, and Rhizome. The plugin works alongside AdBlock Plus, which blocks online ads, and replaces that blank space with art images.
An essay on Utopia written for Keri Smith’s new book.