Given their extraordinary force and paradoxical restraint, these paintings represent the kind of psychic change that distinguishes the fifties from the sixties.
Reinterpreting Flavin’s purist experiments with light within the medium of oil on linen enables Mosse to describe the moment when color becomes something as indefinable as light.
Joseph Beuys: Make the Secrets Productive at Pace Gallery, March 5 to April 10, 2010
If nature was his springboard, as Avery once famously declared, then in this body of work nature is also the lens through which he experienced the city.
His touring exhibition, now arriving at the Brooklyn Museum, was reviewed at the Tang this summer.
These staggering images made it clear that the universe is an interconnected assembly of electrical circuits and that energy and matter are, indeed, infinite in their connectivity.
The size of the projection is matched by the scale of its content.
Jaffe completely jettisoned the stiff grid and strict geometric shapes in favor of a loose, undeniably playful series of rectangles with interior forms.
The ensemble represents a series of very carefully thought-out painting decisions — yet never do the results look cold or calculated.