A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but can it compete with a reader’s imagination?
Archives for November 2011
If the precision of digital photographs leave you cold, Chris McCaw has the antidote. The raw beauty of his images recalls the pioneering days of the medium.
Maps promote the notion of consensus reality. Artists, the cartographers of our no-consensus zones, remind us that there is no such thing.
Bostwick’s cast-relief sculptures evoke a sense of nostalgia for the visual language of architectural drawing and the structures that once arose from them.
A painter of resplendent abstract landscapes, Bluhm displays an unpretentious, off-kilter virtuosity, painting for the sheer thrill of it.
How art can address the environmental crisis? Thirteen shows demonstrate. Maria Porges reports.
Whether he’s building massive steel sculptures or afixing oil-stick coated canvases to walls, Richard Serra is, at root, about drawing.