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In the center of the chair was an enormous Head, without a body to support it or any arms or legs whatever. There was no hair upon this head, but it had eyes and a nose and mouth, and was … Continue reading
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The following essay appears in the catalog issued for the exhibition Continuum at 443 PAS Gallery in New York City, October 11-November 11, 2011. _______________________________________________________________ “I think there have always been two central themes in my art- motion and permeability. … Continue reading
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PREAMBLE as a ramble Dear David, these jottings are really all about me. They are all about how I feel when I remember my life when I look at your work. My scraps of thought in these letters to you … Continue reading
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Artist Philip Zimmerman is known for his impeccably constructed sculptures that incorporate found objects into his own hand-crafted elements, often carved from wood, cast in metals and set with precious stones. His “James Baldwin Lecture (working title)” is currently on … Continue reading
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“A Thin Line” brings together three sculptures by Daniel Joshua Goldstein culled from two distinct periods of the artist’s output. These works also represent two very different traditions of presenting the idea of “the presence of absence”. The first two, … Continue reading
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“A Thin Line: Extinction, Survival and Transformation” is an intimately arranged, intensely potent show of four artists whose work is a direct manifestation of having lived through the advent of the AIDS epidemic in America. Showing at the beautifully renovated … Continue reading
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I: Experience as landscape “Expressive Flow” is the title of Patter Hellstrom‘s upcoming exhibition of remarkable abstract paintings opening at The McLoughlin Gallery on August 4. The title is apt as it conveys the psychological and oceanic quality of the … Continue reading
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The “specter at the feast” is the thing that breaks the spell of jubilation. The joy of the feast is timelessness. The specter appears and we are back in the terrible flow of time, replete with all the consequences of … Continue reading
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John Roloff, Elk Tracking Machine, 2010 What comes to mind when you hear the word trace? Do you think about it as a noun: the thing left behind, often inadvertently, as in “there were traces that she had been there”? … Continue reading