Contemporary woodcuts reflect the turbulence of Korea in the 1980s.
Archives for April 2014
Their collaboration yielded some of the strangest most provocative conceptual art to emerge from the Bay Area.
Matt Lipps’ photos — appropriated from distant sources and fashioned into theatrically lit wunderkammers — remind us how strange a photo inherently is.
The art world creates and attracts polymaths. If you’re one of them, chances are you’ll be interested in this show. It probes the lives of two groups of artists whose practices intermingle.
SVC, with a mix of new and old media, scores a hit. Herein, some highlights.
Lori Starr: “Renny is, quite simply, the ideal candidate.” (We couldn’t agree more!)
Can the tech crowd be enticed to collect? Galleries place their bets. Above: A still from Marina Abramovic’s video “Mutual Wave Machine” which makes its U.S. debut at SVC.
A painter of emphatic confidence and supreme skill, Millei delivers a bravura performance, but takes few risks. Julia Couzens reports.
His hard-edged geometric abstractions call up big swaths of art history. Close inspection reveals a unique voice.