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Take It or Leave It

Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

Large-scale historical shows, when done in a certain way, can be intellectual steamrollers. A museum exhibition is a powerful rhetorical device; gallery after gallery of judiciously selected aesthetic material beside didactic wall texts can make a particular hypothesis or observation seem indisputable, or a historical moment appear satisfyingly coherent. 



“ were attracted by rich photographic tradition (besides Kodak’s 134 years there, it’s also home to the George Eastman House, the country’s first photographic museum, and the Visual Studies Workshop, a center for photography and other media arts founded by Nathan Lyons) and its historical significance as a center of progressive activity during the 19th century (counting Frederick Douglass and Susan B. 345 more words

Buzz Spector in ART IN AMERICA (April 2014)

Buzz Spector in ART IN AMERICA (April 2014)

A conversation between Alex Kitnick and Buzz Spector

Read the full article athttp://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-features/magazine/brand-minimalism/

Spray some gold paint on it. Dust it with some glitter. Put it in a giant, expensive frame. And sell it.

Let’s boil things down to their simplest by saying that the difference between artists like you and me and the artists we read about in… 719 more words


MathArt in Chelsea Galleries - late February

Imi Hwangbo at Pavel Zoubok Gallery

Pavel Zoubok Gallery is exhibiting the hand and laser cut mylar 3-D drawings of Imi Hwangbo. Using layers of colored mylar sheets, Hwangbo creates intricate geometric reliefs that have both depth and line. 497 more words

Math Art