His mash-ups of illusionistic space and computational simulation illuminate the frenetic contemporary mind, insistently tugged between actual space and electronic device prompts.
Archives for February 2015
Dada-inspired mash-ups capture our “no-zeitgeist” era. Mark Van Proyen reports.
Two shows that bridge the supposed difference between thinkers and makers.
Five photographers re-examine the ideas of Man Ray.
Minus the cacophony of his installations and wall works, these standalone paintings and drawings reveal a droll sense of humor and abundant invention.
Set the realm of the intangible, Way’s art exemplifies Klee’s credo: “Art does not reproduce the visible; rather, it makes visible.”
This sprawling, ambitious, head-spinning show uses vernacular images to chart photography’s impact, from the beginning to the present.
Underlying Ai’s work is a rhetoric of struggle and a landscape of ruins into which he breathes fire. Jeff Kelley reports.