There is something about the large-scale paintings of Vojtěch Kovařík that hold the power of absolute transference in the viewer.Read More
April 21, 2017 By Kim Scupham In January this year, The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles opened up the retrospective Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World. Internationally renowned sculptor, published essayist and poet, performer, and lifelong activist for American Indian rights, Jimmie Durham is an artist of perpetual relevance. Jimmie Durham, born in…Read More →
February 10, 2017 By Hayley Kaplan Every decade or so the perennial question of whether painting is dead seems to circle back into critical discourse. You would think that after the countless resurrections the medium has endured, that critics would instead exclaim that it has simply returned from a cyclical hiatus or better yet stop asking…Read More →
December 20, 2016 Alberto Burri’s (1915-1995) retrospective presented at the Guggenheim Museum in New York is his first American exhibition in over 35 years. Winding up the Frank Lloyd Wright building, Burri unveils a variety of his experiences through his works. The show is comprehensive and well curated. The viewer is exposed to a general…Read More →
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