Henderson’s thickly clotted, intensely worked abstractions seem spring from hands directed an urgent, clawing impulse. Julia Couzens reports.
Archives for June 2014
Sudduth’s paintings speak of the isolation and unease of people in public places.
Bonick’s pattern paintings probe infinity; Yankosky’s repurposed tape measures examine the psychology of how we size things up.
South African artists paint a sad and sobering picture of broken promises and unfulfilled dreams.
50 years after the Civil Rights Act, Davidson’s photos remind us that race relations can’t be described only in black and white.
Maggi seeks to concretize the ever-widening gap between knowledge and knowingness.
A museum-quality gallery show of contemporary drawing, from the ’60s to the present.
A master of the mammoth plate albumen process, Watkins receives his due in this superlative exhibition.
Gleason employs a metallurgic approach that evokes high Modernist design and LA Finish Fetish painting of the ‘60s.