Dwelling somewhere between abstraction and figuration, Hodges’s impressionistic paintings enact a critique of rugged individualism.
The formal aspects of Mosley’s work have been thoroughly considered over the years, perhaps at the expense of exploring symbolism in his individual works.
Mosley did not need the art world’s approval to keep going, but the art world certainly needs him for more reasons than I can count.
Robert Grosvenor unmasks the anti-democratic, hierarchical forces that go into the making of an impeccable monumental sculpture.
It seems that Wong was in touch with his deepest feelings and they came through in all of his art; this is what makes him special.
A new show provides a glimpse of Duran’s restless, astute nature and his willingness to explore different formal possibilities.
Mogensen’s primary interest is not in reiterating the picture plane, but in activating it.
Wong proceeds mark by mark without knowing in advance what will happen or where he will go.
For New Yorkers, the artists Jean Conner, Wally Hedrick, Deborah Remington, Franklin Williams range from little-known and neglected to unknown altogether.
Grosvenor’s radically altered vintage cars are not about fulfilling fantasies; they are boxes with openings and wheels that carry you from point A to point B.
This year, the visions at the Independent Art Fair were multiple, with some galleries dedicating their booths to outsider and unknown artists, as well as work that is a bit more playful.
After spending six years in Chelsea, the Independent Art Fair has found a new home in Tribeca, in the incredibly sleek Spring Studios, usually host to fashion-related events.