As long as I can remember, I’ve been intrigued by the stone objects that are an integral part of traditional Japanese gardens. I find the best of them compelling in a purely sculptural… Continue reading
Remember the smell? The scratchy sound of the yellow and green cardboard flap folding back in a pixelated-spectrum-reveal? Which do you choose first? The joy of that short-lived, sharp-crayon-newness; the fuzziness of… Continue reading →
There’s the initial start at not being alone in a room when you thought you were, followed by confusion as to what exactly it is you’re seeing. Next you’re awestruck. Really, what is… Continue reading →
i’ll post images and texts of individual works, but first, my curatorial statement. What I’ve Learned So Far I believe that art must surprise and charm, be so beautiful, so mesmerizing, so technically… Continue reading →
patricia piccinini’s work is often not easy to look at, but it affects us profoundly. it is grotesque, shocking and disturbing at the same time that it’s poetic, tender, compassionate and beautiful. … Continue reading →
here’s a bit about my curatorial vision for the show: When i began considering an exhibition of pairs of related works by Jay DeFeo – twins, if you will – I thought… Continue reading →
http://www.vulture.com/2015/04/jerry-saltz-on-new-whitney-museum.html (notice jay defeo’s the rose in the background) the drawing and photo of the new renzo piano-designed building came from the whitney musuem’s website (http://whitney.org/). the drawing is courtesy of renzo… Continue reading →
and working like crazy on what will be a spectacular installation… opening here on saturday.