The five extraordinary paintings that comprise Alissa McKendrick’s Resentment combine a revitalized figuration with a satiric sensibility.
Alfred Mac Adam
Alfred Mac Adam is a professor of Latin American and Comparative literature at Barnard College-Columbia University. He is a translator and a frequent art reviewer.
Marley Freeman Charts the Abstract Space of Memory
Freeman transmutes a recollection into a color-based relationship between abstract forms.
The Ideas Hidden in One Artist’s Embroidery
Elaine Reichek uses hand-embroidery to emulate the handwriting of authors whose ideas she makes her own.
Confronting Loss Through Abstraction
Throughout her career, Andrea Belag has pushed her style of the moment to its limits and then modified it again.