A thought experiment I sometimes engage in is to ask myself what kind of god would make the world that is being represented in the work I’m seeing.
Learn about the history of this many-layered dessert — and pick up a freshly baked cake art zine — on March 19 at the Maspeth, Queens gallery.
Coates’s recent work depicts food: spaghetti and meatballs, sprinkle cookies, and s’mores. Her work is about matter and viscosity, but it is also rooted in grid-like structures, repetitive mark-making, and very sophisticated paint handling.
OK, full disclosure: I have never been a huge Marsden Hartley fan.
This week, a number of online journals have launched new editions, the Clyfford Still Museum finally opened in Denver, the value of professional opinions in art, the relationship of Yves Klein and Ed Kienholz, Roberto Matta at 100, does corporate culture suck …