In the Cut is a seductive and enigmatic mental play in which it becomes possible, inescapable in fact, to glimpse the world through a feminine lens.
The exhibitions that rippled through our cultural fabric over the past year, at least those occurring in and around New York, have registered the predictable number of highs and lows, though 2014 did manage to plumb one nadir unlikely to be matched for a good long time.
By employing photographic techniques usually reserved for fashion models or luxury goods, Silas achieves an unsettling dichotomy between allure and aversion.
MIAMI — The first artworks I enjoyed when I walked into the Miami Project, one of two newcomers to Art Basel Miami Beach fair week this year, were paintings by Monique Prieto at ACME. Then I discovered photographs by Lee Materazzi. After that, there was Daniela Comani’s wonderful installation “Beau De Jour,” and it was around that time that it hit me: so much of the work I was loving at the fair was by women.