Wood’s austere, elegant Minimalist works give off the feeling of light being converted to mass. David Olivant reports.
Archives for April 2015
Three days, three art fairs: a preview of the weekend’s events.
The chemigram — a brew of photo chemicals, art materials, foodstuff, chance and light — yields dazzlingly images. Maria Porges reports.
Raw expressivity drives Neri’s figurative paintings. Carter collects and reorders cultural signifiers.
Alone in the desert, a video/performance artist aims at communicating the ineffable.
With fresh sculptural works, Schulz continues to expand painting’s frontier.
Works on paper illuminate important facets of this massively influential SF artist’s career.