Recalled To LIfe, 2014

Jacci Den Hartog

Rosamund Felsen Gallery

Even mountains deserved to be loved. I don’t mean literally of course, but metaphorically the mountain represents a force to be reckoned with, and hopefully,…
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N.S. Harsha’s 79-foot painted loop of the cosmos, Punarapi Janaram, Punarapi Maranam, (Again Birth, Again Death), 2013

Kochi Muziris Biennale

"Whorled Explorations" in Malabar Coast of Kerala, South India

The second edition of the Kochi Muziris Biennale held on the Malabar Coast of Kerala, South India, kicked off with great fanfare. Thunderous music at…
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View of Benoît Maire, “Sticker Beings,” Kiria Koula, San Francisco, 2015

Benoît Maire at Kiria Koula Gallery

San Francisco

In his first solo show in the U.S., French artist Benoît Maire includes a video presented on a MacBook showing an image of another MacBook…
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Keriah II, 2014

Anish Kapoor

Regen Projects

Anish Kapoor is a master in “organic monumentality.” Working with literal organic matter including pigments and earth as well as nonorganic substances including resins and…
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Why Sleep, 2014

Jason Yates

c.nichols project

Jason Yates is preternaturally disposed to emulate, extrapolate and thoroughly and passionately investigate anything that relates to pop culture, therein creating his newest foray into…
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Bobby rides "Birdly"

Sundance: Part 3

From the Inside Looking Inside

Time was running out for me and I had to experience some of the goggle hype at the New Frontier installation space. It’s a kind…
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Lily Stockman
Crushed Mussels, 2014

Plainly To Propound

Gavlak Gallery

Poet Wallace Stevens, in his seminal poem “Notes Toward A Supreme Fiction,” eschews a literal interpretation of anything, vying instead for a Greenbergian-like approach to…
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Things of the Aimless Wanderer,Justin Mullikin, by Kivu Ruhorahoza

Sundance: Part 2

From the Inside Looking Inside

I’m unclear what happened next but I do know after not getting into some parties (BET) and getting into others we ended up at the…
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Iterations, Gregg Biermann (US, 2014)

Festival of (In)appropriation #7

UNDER THE RADAR BY DOUG HARVEY

As I may have mentioned before, collage—in spite of lip service to artists from Picasso/Braque to Hannah Hoch to Rauschenberg to Elliott Hundley—remains under-acknowledged as…
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Typical behavior for Sundance goers

Sundance: From the Inside Looking In

Part 1

We all know about the parasitic commerciality at Sundance. The festival desperately clinging to their long forgotten outsider status: the overpriced condos, the jello shot…
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