In an article for today’s London Evening Standard titled Mother’s Boy art reviewer Brian Sewell discusses the new show at the Tate Modern, Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective. In aÂ review that reveals far more about Sewell’s artistic preferences than the contents of the show, he states that Gorky, who escaped the Aremenian genocide as a young… Continue reading Brian Sewell: I don’t care what Clement Greenberg thinks about Arshile Gorky
My rant about outsourced oil painting.
There is a lot going on at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art right now, here’s a brief synopsis of a few of the shows. The William Kentridge show on the 4th floor was great, but I would probably have to budget most of a day to really see all of the work. Much… Continue reading William Kentridge, J. Mayer H., and Simon Ungers at SFMoMA
Santa Monica Topiary Dinosaurs, proudly guarding the Promenade. Yes, even Los Angeles has dinosaurs. Of course, they are made out of shrubs and shoot water from their mouths while people casually eat frozen yogurt and shop at an outdoor mall. This is one of the many highlights of last weekend’s trip. Another highlight of the… Continue reading Topiary Dinosaurs & The Museum of Jurassic Technology
Timothy Hutchings: The WorldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Largest Wargaming Table – The World’s Largest Wargaming Table, June 27-August 11, 2007 (Photo:Cary Whittier, courtesy of www.i-20.com) In response to my last post, Renu asked about the Richard Serra show in New York. I’ll get to that, but first I thought I’d mention another show that you probably haven’t heard… Continue reading Timothy Hutchings @ i-20 & Richard Serra @ MoMA