Archive for the ‘painting’ Category

ARTFORUM CRITICS’ PICKS: “Painting” at The Box

My review of the “Painting” show at The Box gallery is up on the Artforum.com site. .

Tonight: Jay Davis “Anagrams and Other Dimensions”

Motus Fort is mounting a new show by the New York-based artist Jay Davis. The reception for the artist will be held from 6pm onward. 

Yukiko Suto “Field Exhibition”

Take Ninagawa just opened a new exhibition of large scale panels by Yukiko Suto. Each of the four images, done in a combination of pencil and oil on gesso-covered panels took months to produce, and Sato’s effort can only be properly appreciated through a close examination of these meticulously executed landscapes. The paintings originate in […]

Wako Works of Art Opening

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Zdravko Toic, “The Invisible”

“”HBeAg,” 2010, paper collage, mat board, ink on paper, 40.6 cm x 101.6 cm. Image courtesy of the gallery. Just a few paces away from Yuka Contemporary, the Hiromart Gallery is showing abstract paper collages by Croatian-born, New-York based artist Zdravko Toic. The works of view reference surrealism and constructivism, reviving the spirit of the […]

Yuka Contemporary Opening

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ARTFORUM Critics’ Picks: MeeNa Park at the Kukje (Seoul)

BK0, 2009, acrylic on canvas, 90 x 160 cm. Photographer: Sangtae Kim, photo courtesy: artist, Kukje Gallery. My review of MeeNa Park’s recent work has just been posted on the Artforum Critics’ Picks. This RISD graduate is having her first solo show at the Kukje Gallery in Seoul.

Tamotsu Ikeya ARTFORUM review

My review of Tamotsu Ikeya’s show in the Kyoto branch of Kodama Gallery has been printed in the March issue of Artforum.