Her art speaks of “the implacability in nature, its sheer, relentless persistence and its beauty, no matter what we humans might do.”
Archives for February 2014
Cape’s “social sculpture” highlights the aesthetic sense and communal leanings of America’s earliest utopians.
Spontaneity and calculation, fantasy and fact alternate in this show of Neo Expressionism and 2nd-gen Chicago Imagism.
With stream-of-consciousness writing and drawing, Wiley continues to map the arguments that take place inside his head.
Chaotic cocktails of representation and abstraction, Wetzl’s works suggest that every stage of human history exists in the present.
This 50-year retrospective, drawn from California collections, takes the measure of one of Abstract Expressionism’s true giants.