Reviews his collected writings, edited by Clark Coolidge, and a study of the late works by poet David Kaufmann.
On view at Cristin Tierney until December 18
There’s an internalized severity to her art; its fierce angularity suggests an appetite for sensual abandon constrained by geometry, argues HEARNE PARDEE
Freilicher’s work becomes tighter over time, but the spirit of chance encounter remains.
By relaxing conventional standards of realistic description, Hynes makes her images immediately accessible to the mind and its fluctuations of mood, and enables herself to explore the modernist vision common to the painters that inspire her
The interplay of colors and contrasting directions endows the open spaces with their own specific movements. The entire composition is cropped cinematically to add implied drama to what can only be called a scene.