In a blend of court painting and Social Realism, Wiley casts winsome black and brown males as power figures. Maria Porges reports.
Archives for February 2013
He brought to art criticism the experience and instincts of a pre-blogosphere print reporter. Patricia Albers recalls Fischer’s keen insights and sharp wit.
Fact and fiction blur in a museum-quality show that gives shape to the inaccessible, the invisible and the incomprehensible.
For 35 plus years Marcus has been painting dark allegories populated by demons, geishas, beasts and innocents. He’s 84, and his work still packs a wallop.
He created works that transcended self-consciousness to reveal a world of pure spirit. Mark Van Proyen reports on this superbly chosen retrospective.
Pushing the boundaries of their respective forms, these artists issue a triple-pronged sensory wake-up call.
This superb group show featuring Ai Weiwei, Camille Utterback David Nash, Andy Goldsworthy and others samples the infinite modalities of artmaking. Sarah Hotchkiss reports.
With process painting, photomechanical and architectural techniques, Trachtenberg evokes the experience of the Indian subcontinent.