“I think it is inevitable that the gallery system will go through a business restructuring, because otherwise small galleries are essentially incubating artists and employees for larger spaces that just brutally cherry-pick them,” Clinton tells Hyperallergic.
In Relative Brightness the canvas transforms into a rippling, luminous field of ever-shifting optical sensations.
The syllabus for American Artist’s imagined police academy includes such titles as The War on Cops and 365 Daily Devotions for Law Enforcement.
Done over a period of more than forty years, the series now numbers more than five thousand. The paintings present viewers with a visual conundrum: they are exactly the same but each one is unique.
For an artist known for her flawless alignments (or deliberate misalignments) of overlapping wave patterns to achieve a memorable optical effect, the inclusion of “bruises” seems a bold and unexpected move.
In the “anthropocenic crapitalistic global implosion,” care is a part of the uproar.
Jürgen Klauke’s prop-filled, leather-punctuated photographs can stop you in your tracks.
MIAMI BEACH — In a cavernous tent right on the sands of Miami Beach, Untitled Art Fair is opening this Wednesday with a sprawling group of international galleries.
Peter Dreher was born in Mannheim, Germany, in 1932, the same year as his fellow countryman, Gerhard Richter. Like Richter, Dreher was an adolescent by the war’s end, an inheritor of an unwanted legacy, which haunts his work to this day. At the same time, Dreher might be seen as the antithesis of Richter, who began his career painting in a photorealist style, though this doesn’t tell the whole story.