The eye of the viewer zig-zags in space from overlapping plane to plane, neoclassic style.
Laib sees his art as having a political dimension, in the sense that the production of cultural artifacts change people and institutions.
Nov 23, 2009 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Leslie Camhi, Barry Schwabsky, and Katy Siegel joined David Cohen to review exhibitions of Tracey Emin, Sterling Ruby, David Hockney and Sharon Horvath.
Taking subjects from the raw materials for old master art, Steir transforms them in accord with her very contemporary sensibility.
Poem and artwork unfold as twin scrolls.
We wonder what these signs used to say when they were part of something bigger—a word, a world.
Last weekend, a week before the close of his exhibition at the New York Studio School, Carl Planksy died of a heart attack while driving to his home in upstate New York. Planksy was best known for his painterly, expressionistic landscapes and still lifes worked from life in exuberant brushstrokes and rich colors. His show…