Dionisio González’s exhibition at Galerie Richard, while visually appealing, is beset with discordant sensibilities.
Prismatic Pictures of Playgrounds
Within the chaos of a city, filled with walls that appear bleak and gray because they block the sun, we have set aside certain spaces, glittering under slants of canyon light, where the solitude of urban life breaks for communal play.
Infected Paintings as an Allegory of Migration
Trouble resounds in the work of Joseph Nechvatal.
Norio Imai and Tsuyoshi Maekawa’s New York Debuts: Outside Japan, the Enduring Lure of Gutai
In recent years, both within and outside Japan, interest in the post-World War II Gutai art movement has increased considerably, with major museum exhibitions appearing at such venues as the Museo Cantonale d’Arte in Lugano, Switzerland, the National Art Center in Tokyo, and the Guggenheim Museum in New York.