Tony Tasset’s use of inexpensive graph paper suggests that drawing is a way to remain open to ideas, whims, passing thoughts, even dreams.
Gibson’s ongoing explorations of identity and art history have produced a dizzying range of forms over the course of his career.
Inka Essenhigh’s futuristic Uchronia is a pastoral place where what was once work is now play.
The Midwest’s mega-fair seems less concerned with the bottom line, making space for politics.
A gleaming, six-foot-tall sculpture by local artist Scott Reeder appeared this week near the downtown Trump International Hotel and Tower, spelling out just two words in thick, golden letters: “REAL FAKE.”
A pair of exhibitions at Kavi Gupta gallery places the artist’s paintings and sculptures in dialogue with arrangements of objects from his personal collections.
MIAMI BEACH — One of the things I find hardest about art fairs — particularly those held in convention centers and large exhibition halls — is their aesthetic. Bright, clinical white everywhere, with temporary walls set at perfect right angles and the gridwork of pipes and rafters floating high above. It’s hygienic enough to make you swoon over even the most banal abstraction.