Tal R reminds us that what’s painted is inherently fiction, that the world of a painting is a reality unto itself.
This rigorous exhibition uses art to critique the stereotype that men and technology go hand in hand
Supported by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, this multi-venue project reconsiders the role of women as technology innovators.
Quicktime takes its cue from Raphael Rubinstein’s “Provisional Painting,” published in the May 2009 issue of Art in America. In the essay, Rubinstein discusses a handful of artists who seem to “turn away from ‘strong’ painting” in favor of works “that look casual, dashed-off, tentative, unfinished or self-cancelling.”
Political campaigns, like Jasper Johns’s painting, “Flag,” are based on dreams.