Belott’s “frozen artworks” signify duration in the interval between the water freezing and the ice melting.
Dan Nadel, founder of the Grammy Award-winning publishing company PictureBox, has authored books including Art Out of Time: Unknown Comic Visionaries, 1900–1969 (2006) and Gary Panter (2008), as well as curated exhibitions such as What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art: 1960 to the Present (2014–15) and Return of the Repressed: Destroy All Monsters 1973–1977 (2011). Nadel is the key accounts sales director of Artbook | D.A.P
Daniel Hesidence’s Views of an Imaginary Landscape
Hesidence masterfully balances information and aesthetic pleasure to produce a joy that should not be taken lightly.
Knowledge About a Thing: Carroll Dunham’s Drawings
Drawings 1982-96 is a modestly titled but very revealing exhibition of drawings by Carroll Dunham, the bulk of which had been owned by Illeana Sonnabend, the artist’s New York gallerist from 1988 to 1994.
Don’t Spook the Horse: Carroll Dunham on His New Work
The odd one out in Carroll Dunham’s current exhibition of paintings at Barbara Gladstone is “Culture as a Verb” (2013-2015). It’s the closest thing Dunham, or anyone in my recent memory, has come to painting the feeling of terrified, paranoid sorrow.
Suellen Rocca in the 1960s
In 1968, Suellen Rocca, the artist who painted “Purse Curse,” was a member of the Hairy Who, a group of six artists who exhibited under that moniker from 1966 to 1969 in Chicago, San Francisco, New York and Washington, D.C.