Could a current exhibition of paintings, watercolors, and furniture by Lynch hint at secrets hidden in his other works, or even provide some spark of insight into the artist himself?
Morley engaged the monster of warfare by making it unreal, posing knights like children’s toys.
Kim Dingle is an artist with a history of working under preconceived constraints.
After destroying everything he owned in 2001, Landy seems to be rushing to fill the vacuum.
In this exhibition, it struck me that what Katherine Bradford keeps getting better at is incoherence: she can meld divergent details without coming across as contrived or arbitrary.
In a new work by the artist, what stands out is an inescapable contrast between the older and younger Nauman.
This two-gallery extravaganza takes up the tricky gambit of featuring “artists whose work involves a methodical and controlled process of creating seemingly freeform or random daubs and spots.”
Among a particular generation of Sesame Street and Saturday Night Live viewers, artist William Wegman is known almost exclusively for his goofy photos and videos of his pet Weimaraners dressed up in human clothing.
The victors and the vanquished approached the development of avant-garde art in the aftermath of World War II in markedly different ways.
Nobody believes in the simple narrative arc of Modern Art anymore; even so, Painting in Italy 1910s–1950s: Futurism, Abstraction, Concrete Art at Sperone Westwater is an instructive glimpse into the fullness and complexity lying beneath thumbnail histories of the avant-garde.
There are undoubtedly many stories attributed to the founding of ZERO in post-World War II Germany, as there were with the inception of Dada during the earlier Great War that raged outside the Swiss borders from 1914–18.
I was surprised when Mark Greenwold gave me his address, because it was, like my own apartment, in “upstate Manhattan,” a far remove from the center of the art world.