“I just got tired of sculpture as a big thing in the middle of a room,” the artist once said, adding that she “wanted it to go into space.”
In his exhibition at Thierry Goldberg Gallery, David Shrobe uses the nonsensical and irrational as tonics for the relentless instrumentalization of what we purchase and consume.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — There are few artists who have been able to become a household name in the art world and still maintain a modesty to their person and in their work.
LOS ANGELES — Noah Purifoy could be considered something of a late bloomer. He was already in his thirties when he moved from his native Alabama to Los Angeles to attend Chouinard Art School (now CalArts).