Displaying a level of obsession that rivals Agnes Martin’s, Tabatabai makes a strong case for the ongoing vitality of Minimalism.
Archives for December 2011
Shows, a peerless collagist, and Waterston, an established master, explore geologic wonders.
He’s been described as a “latter-day Transcendentalist with a brush.” But did he succeed as an artist? Ben Marks reports.
The relationship between jazz and abstract painting is long and storied. Lewis, channelling that history, shows he can hold a painterly groove.
“Beauty that was luxuriant, carnal and worldly” — that’s how critic Mark Van Proyen describes painting in Venice’s “Golden Age”.