Can Minimalism’s geometry, impenetrable surfaces and modular units be recast with feeling? Theodora Varnay Jones answers with an emphatic yes.
Archives for December 2009
Richard Gilles’ photo aren’t just about our wrecked economy. They document the void that exists between cities, suburbs, mountains and farmland.
David Wetzl’s paintings attempt to make sense of the anarchy of human history. You may disagree with his positive forecast, but you can’t help but marvel at his inventiveness.
This show of “re-purposed” junk demonstrates how socially relevant art can spring from idiosyncratic, personal investigations and material invention.