Posts Tagged ‘Dallas’

Homecoming! Committee’s Post Communiqué at the Dallas Museum of Art

Homecoming! Committee. ARTFORUM, 1963 (2013); Modified magazine pages and paper; 10.5 x 10.5 x .5 inches. Courtesy of Homecoming! Committee "archives."

The contrast between established arts institutions and alternative spaces is often stark—different areas of town, different audiences in attendance, different coverage (if any) from very different publications. Artforum has a ten-page spread on the latest from Martin Kippenberger, while the arts and culture section of a local blog has two hundred words on an emerging artist. But the rare moments when the two worlds collide[.....]

Linnea Glatt: With In

The work in this exhibition at Barry Whistler Gallery by Linnea Glatt is methodical, precise and quietly moving. While the works are often visually minimal, using only black and white, circles, lines and dots, they have a presence based on the accretion of their labor. Labor used to be a word that could be tied to abstraction. It was in the early twentieth century when[.....]

Interview with Richard Patterson

Richard Patterson emerged in London at Damien Hirst’s Freeze exhibition in 1988 as one of the YBA group. After moving to New York he eventually settled in Dallas. He is represented by Timothy Taylor Gallery in London and James Cohan Gallery in New York. He is known for paintings that combine imagery culled from popular culture and art history with painstaking detail. Combining car culture,[.....]

Best of 2009

Happy New Year from everyone at DailyServing.com!! We are continuing our Best of 2009 coverage for one more day. Don’t miss our exclusive interview with Allison Schulnik to be published later this month in conjunction with her upcoming solo exhibition, Home for Hobo, at Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles. Best of 2009 Allison Schulnik: Hobo Clown Originally published on July 15, 2009 It’s unfortunate[.....]

Blueprint

The curatorial conceit of Blueprint, a group exhibition at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary in Dallas, is that the work included somehow embodies a plan from which one could build something. None of these artists do this literally but in some sense the curator James Cope has included work that evokes generative possibilities is different ways. Edward Setina has included a series of videos and sculpture that revolve[.....]

Richard Patterson

English painter Richard Patterson takes miniature toys and covers them with voluminous paint, photographs the object and then recreates it in oil on canvas. The artist largely focuses on formal issues in his work literally reducing representation and figuration by covering the figurines in globs of visceral paint. Patterson also draws a connection to art history by referencing color field painters of the modernist period.[.....]