Archive | April, 2009

Mark Emerson & Greg Kinder @ JAYJAY

Mark Emerson’s illusionism isn’t about pictorial space as much as it is about color-induced, geometrically assisted monkey wrenching of the human optic nerve.

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“Personal Lives” @ Verge

Like the suggestive Coppertone ads of yore or the propagandistic illustrations of Norman Rockwell, Julliana Pacciuli’s pictures are simultaneously hygienic and voyeuristic.

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Grace Munakata @ b. sakata garo

Grace Munakata’s unique deployment of painting’s arsenal of tricks, to both illuminate and obscure, makes an elegant case for the medium’s continued relevance in the digital era.

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Dave Lane @ Nelson Gallery, UC Davis

Lane’s sculptural visions incorporate mythopoetic fantasies based on childhood dreams, the likes of which most adults lack the capacity to summon.

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