In tribute to the Surrealist painter, a poem from David Pollard’s Self-Portraits series.
A New York memorial for the Korean-American artist, who died in Seoul last November, took place in June.
He argued for perceptual representation that engaged with larger traditions.
A founder of the Sculptors Guild who advocated for cultural relevance.
Tributes by Laurie Schneider Adams, David Carrier and others
Oppenheim believed that artists should “make things that carry with them the residue of where they have been.”
After he retired from teaching his work gained an astonishing new energy and momentum.
This concluding poem of Donald Kuspit’s fourth collection, The Gods and Other Beings (Ziggurat Books, 2010) serves here as a tribute to Louise Bourgeois who died earlier this month, in her 98th year
A grateful artist recalls the transformative visits of the legendary Italian collector
Quiet work belies its passionate author.