Art in America (June 1997): 57-63.
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Art in America (November 2005): 150-155.
The prescient art dealer Richard Bellamy was singularly devoted to the work of Mark di Suvero. An exhibition at Storm King of di Suvero’s sculptures and Bellamy’s photographs of them… 2,315 more words
Art in America (March/April 1976): 105.
In the 30 years since Stephen Greene had his first solo exhibition, the critical response has been consistently positive. His reputation as an unaligned “painter’s painter” developed as it became necessary to distinguish his allusive abstractions from the work of either Abstract Expressionists or Color-Field painters. 365 more words
Art in America (July-August 1976).
At the time of Agostini’s first one-man show in 1959, Thomas B. Hess described him as “an artist with many arrows to his bow who is working in a period that likes the monolithic shaft.” That richness and variety to which Hess alluded are still apparent in this first major retrospective, which included over 40 sculptures and 75 drawings from the period 1939-74. 561 more words
Art in America (October 1993): 110-115.
The punningly titled “Mining the Museum,” an intervention at the Maryland Historical Society, provided Fred Wilson with his first on-site opportunity to show how museums reinforce racist beliefs. 2,629 more words