A film review from 2009 coincides with the artist’s show at Hionas Gallery
A persistence of hard-edged nonobjective painting shows the lineage of modernism hanging on, even if only by the fingernails.
Her aphorisms are generalizations with political intent.
Ward Shelley: Who Invented the Avant Garde (and other half-truths) and The Sleeper Experiment at Pierogi
If his ostensible state-of-hibernation may seem a little anti-climactic, it’s a rest he’s earned.
The paintings and sculptures of the eight artists in this group show carry a potency derived from the convergence of man-made networks with ones culled from nature.
The odd juxtaposition of these common objects with an abstract formal language gives the work social dimensions and sensual qualities.
There is a palpable tension evoked in watching the crystalline visage of Nancy Reagan struggle for clarity against the loosey-goosey stained canvas.
The exhibition is a small testament to the efficacies of the late modernist project.
Trying to fail has played a major role in the work of Albert Oehlen.
The artist’s material of choice is live fireworks, or rather the tinted smoke, made of fine particles of organic dyes, that color their familiar, ordinarily airborn explosions.