GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM
Precisely situated in undelineated seas of space, Granne’s forms feel at once boldly declarative and alarmingly precipitous.
Although this exhibition consists of a wide range of works done over the past two years it is purely, and unapologetically, commemorative in spirit.
Retrieved in tribute to John Chamberlain, 1927-2011
Joffe is not a perfectionist. Instead, she is intent on capturing a moment in time, not with a photographer’s precision, but as a painterly tableau.
Barbara Friedman at Michael Steinberg Fine Art
Paine manages to steer these leafless “Dendroids,” as he calls them, between the Scylla of transparency and the Charibdis of mechanization.
One of the most interesting aspects is Azami’s negative capability: her technique demonstrates a willingness to expunge the self in favor of a poetic exactitude of description.