Hyperallergic caught my eye with Leo’s work. The story of the Park Place Group is another wrinkle in the “primacy” of post-war New York… While some might think of Stella‘s (or Tony‘s) work, I’m more curious about how artists like Zin are taking this idiom forward.
Discovered David because he’s in The Vista with Tomory and Alexander.
What more can I say about the democratizing effect of non-mimetic modalities on the arts that would do justice to the rise of a night shift guard at MOMA to the rightful prominence Sol occupies as a conceptual artist*? Just read.
*Right- one should also note that, even though he abandoned the idea of a master narrative in art that preferenced painting, he didn’t abandon the notion that geometric forms are uniquely human.
Looks like Lygia isn’t the only Brazilian Concretist having a nice moment!
Who is a writer and artist.
Interesting post by Artsy, which is where I peeped Samantha. Trudy has def caught my eye before, too.
I’ve posted on fiber work before. Interesting to see it on my radar again so soon. Lots to read and some other shows and artists I will be looking at. Enjoy.
I’ve followed Ted for a while on IG– glad to see he’s landed his inaugural solo show at Joshua Liner.
In his bio Brody lists “Painter” first, however I was drawn to his works on paper- I’d encourage you to check out his works on canvas, too. He also makes film (this one in particular caught my eye- it is not “retro” stylistically btw, it hails from ’89). In addition he writes about other work he likes.