This Swatch of an exhibition, ready-made for hedge-fund consumption, still held plenty to savor. Mark Van Proyen reports.
Archives for July 2011
Mixing motifs from Japanese woodblock prints and late 20th century pop culture, Hardy, a career tattooist, returns to his fine art roots.
When the government failed to produce evidence of WMDs, Justin Amrhein created his own, in schematic drawings that mix the real and the absurd.
Large-scale works from iconic artists and an installation that activates powerful oppositions makes “Big A%# Sculpture” a must-see summer show.
Can thrift-store landscape paintings be re-deployed to say something that’s not kitschy or condescending? After 20 years, this duo is still counting the ways.