In drought-stricken Ghana life is measured a gallon at a time. Those gallon jugs are the raw material of Clottey’s art. Lawrence Gipe reports.
Archives for March 2016
A conceptual artist with formidable literary skills stages what may well be his most elaborate spoof yet.
Vertiginous representations of Panama’s Canal Zone, where the wild meets the tamed. Maria Porges reports.
One of Northern California’s great unsung conceptualists at the top of his game.
Sculpture that challenges conventional ideas of internal and external space, suggesting there isn’t much difference between emptiness and fullness. Julia Couzens reports.
An artist high on color itself, Bonnard used chromaticism to reach beyond the purely visual. Mark Van Proyen reports.
Decades-old paintings from a deceased master prove startlingly current.