He established a new aesthetic, paving the way for photography’s acceptance as fine art.
Archives for February 2012
Dynamic tension between the metaphysical and the worldly, and between high and low characterizes the painting of Sarah Walker.
What are the literary and philosophical implications of re-presenting the contents of a book? Dettmer explores the question.
Webster’s hermetic, alchemy-influenced work focuses on the spiritual journey of two fictional characters.
Dublin-based Patrick Graham makes grave and complex paintings that are hard to like and absolutely impossible to disrespect.
To concretize the ephemeral, Kandel pulls from several strains of abstraction to reinvigorate an old subject: the play of light on water.
The exquisite beauty of her pictures nearly obscures the tragedy that underlies them.
Taggart’s art is about turning one thing into another and then turning that thing into something else.