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Joe Goode

Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles

Joe Goode has long made pictures designed to be looked through, not at. His work is deadpan, and seemingly innocuous. The LA Times critic William Wilson, in 1971, called it ‘neutrality-style art’. 577 more words



“To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to no one, not even an animal. 274 more words


Double Deutsch

“ You’ll sit forever, gluing things together,/Cooking up a stew from other’s scraps,
Blowing on a miserable fire,/Made from your heap of dying ash.
Let apes and children praise your art,/If their admiration’s to your taste, 716 more words


Review: ‘Surface’ art: For the artist at heart

Review by Anthony Bannon

Amanda Mainguy | Staff Photographer
Rebecca Gouldson’s “Monoscope Series” of metal discs.  

Here is where the artist’s hand meets its surface, as where rubber meets the road. 739 more words

The Arts

Book Review: Art from Dreams by Susan Levin

“Instincts can malfunction
become defective, deficient, half-baked
There should be a recipe for motherhood
Exact measurement
The precise amount of ingredients
Or else sweets for no one”

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Review: ‘Into the West’ is sexy, self-righteous

Review by Anthony Bannon

Amanda Mainguy | Staff Photographer
Tracey Stuckey’s work is influenced by pop culture, with works like “Slue Footed Sue” and “Florida Cowboy,” which are part of the “Into the West” exhibition in the Strohl Art Center. 853 more words

The Arts

Where Art meets Fashion: "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" at the Met

Read this review online at Metro.us or in print in Metro New York

If you haven’t been to the Met to catch “Charles James: Beyond Fashion,” it’s time to go. 392 more words