Boooooom has an Artist Interview with Pablo about his involvement with the PARKWAY project.
Hyperallergic suggests Eamon’s abstraction is from a different origin. The show in question is Eamon Ore-Giron: Competing with Lightning / Rivalizando con el relámpago at MCA Denver. Gotta love any creative who has a series titled “Talking Shit.”
Hyperallergic covers Convergence at Modern West, noting that the exhibition is a compelling, if at times dissonant, examination of the formal and material possibilities at the heart of abstraction.
Mark Borghi explores Arlene’s vibrant diagonal gridwork encompassing 50 years of work at its Sag Harbor location. Slavin is a painter, sculptor and printmaker, who also created large-scale public art commissions. She is best known for her use of brilliant colors and unique handling of transparency in paint.
George like Mimi is no longer with us. His work features heavily in Twin Cities museums, but new USPS stamps depicting his distinctive landscapes may help broaden his legacy.