Posts Tagged ‘Minimalism’

Tony DeLap Retrospective at the Laguna Art Museum

My review of DeLap’s retrospective at the Laguna Art Museum is out on The New Criterion site.  

ARTFORUM CRITICS’ PICKS: “the economy of things” at the SMoCA

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art is hosting a group sculpture show curated by Cassandra Coblentz. Here is a link to my review of the show in Critic’s Picks.

ARTFORUM CRITICS’ PICKS: “Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha” at BLUM & POE

 Katsuro Yoshida, Cut-off (hang), 1969/1986 Wood, rope, stone. Wood: 13 3/4 x 13 3/4 x 130 inches (35 x 35 x 330 centimeters)Rope: 32 feet, 9 5/8 inches (10 meters). Stone: 176.4 pounds (80 kilograms). Installed dimensions variable. Image courtesy of Blum & Poe, Los Angeles Here is a link to my review of Blum& Poe’s amazing new show […]