Nicole Wermers’s sculptures operate both as clever art-historical jibes and contemporary political satire. Their ergonomic and utilitarian construction, using industrially produced materials, continues a kind of mainline homage to Marcel Duchamp, staging objects in ways that highlight their alien nature. Her Vertical Awnings series (rolled-up awnings with colored stripes) is coyly reminiscent of Daniel Buren’s stripes and Nancy…
A painterly, sumptuous show of work by women.
A group show gives Marxist voice to recent unrest in art and politics.
The painter creates abstractions based on the coast of his home.
A performance, installation, and sound artist unites people in collective experience.
A group show explores the contemporary history of unconventional supports.
Seen at the New York Studio School earlier this summer
The sculptor talks about his exhibition in Mexico DF and cultural politics.
Christina Kee, Mónica de la Torre and Christopher Stackhouse were moderator David Cohen’s guests at the Brooklyn Public Library June 10 where the The Review Panel deliberated upon a bumper roster of shows and singular sculpture commissions by artists Leslie Hewitt, Goshka Macuga, Rodney McMillian, Cornelia Parker and Martin Puryear, whose “Bling” remains on view at Madison Square Park…
Lee’s abstract sculpture and painting reveal technological, social, and art historical allusions.