Amir H. Fallah, Ellen Lesperance, Joyce Kozloff, and other artists share their experiences with residencies.
I have an innate distrust of work that has a whiff of nostalgia drifting off its surface, whether it is for Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, or, further back, Albert Pinkham Ryder.
Using her childhood drawings of maps and figures, Joyce Kozloff underscores the limits of our adult understanding.
We Make America, a group formed after the election, has been crafting art inspired by the Statue of Liberty for the January 21 marches in Washington and New York.
With recent statistics showing that only 31% of the solo exhibitions at NYC galleries are devoted to women, it comes as a pleasant surprise that over a two-month period this spring there are several exhibitions simultaneously showcasing the work of second-generation feminist artists.
One of the more promising avenues that postmodernism explored was to seek out the nether regions that modernism forgot.
It isn’t often one comes across fresco paintings in art galleries, the last time I remember seeing a sizable number was the “Rooms” section of the Francesco Clemente retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum in 1999.