Posts Tagged ‘Sculpture’

John Outterbridge: Rag Man at Art + Practice

John Outterbridge. Case in Point, c. 1970 (from the Rag Man Series); mixed media; 12 x 12 x 24 inches. Collection of the Hammer Museum. Photo: Andrew Zermeño.

In the South Central Los Angeles neighborhood of Leimert Park, an art and social movement is gaining steam. Art + Practice is a community outreach and education center as well as a gallery in partnership with UCLA’s Hammer Museum. Founded by artist Mark Bradford, philanthropist Eileen Harris Norton, and social activist Allan Di Castro, Art + Practice aims to educate and prepare disadvantaged foster youth[…..]

Terra Incognita at Art@Archer

Brian Lucas. Seventh Sense, 2015; mixed media on canvas; 36 x24 in. Courtesy of the Artist and Art@Archer, Oakland. Photo: Garrett Caples.

Shotgun Reviews are an open forum where we invite the international art community to contribute timely, short-format responses to an exhibition or event. If you are interested in submitting a Shotgun Review, please click this link for more information. In this Shotgun Review, Garrett Caples reviews Terra Incognita at Art@Archer in Oakland. In Terra Incognita at Art@Archer, Derek Fenner, Ava Koohbor, and Brian Lucas—who exhibited together last year at now-defunct Emerald[…..]

Michael Barron Interviews Camille Henrot

Camille Henrot. Bad Dad & Beyond, 2015; three dimensional resin print with video and telephone components; 44 x 20 x 9 inches. Courtesy of the Artist and Metro Pictures, New York.

From our friends at BOMB Magazine, today we bring you a conversation between Michael Barron and artist Camille Henrot. Discussing her recent solo show at Metro Pictures, Henrot says, “Bad Dad & Beyond is an investigation into a figure who uses his authority in violent ways. I was also interested in assembling the rules and values of various authority figures, not just for fathers.” This article was[…..]

Frank Stella: A Retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art

Frank Stella. Gobba, zoppa e collotorto, 1985; oil, urethane enamel, fluorescent alkyd, acrylic, and printing ink on etched magnesium and aluminum; 137 x 120 1/8 x 34 3/8 in. (348 x 305 x 87.5 cm). The Art Institute of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan Purchase Prize Fund; Ada Turnbull Hertle Endowment 1986.93. © 2015 Frank Stella/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

The stylistic shift in Frank Stella’s work has been met with fierce criticism, to say the least. Much has been written recently about his current retrospective at the Whitney, trying to connect his wildly expressive, three-dimensional works of the past few decades with his singular striped paintings of the 1960s. More than thirty years ago, Douglas Crimp characterized Stella’s late work from the 1970s as[…..]

Cold Storage: James Cordas and Rhonda Holberton

Rhonda Holberton, Knights of the Sky, Digital video projection, 3:24 (looping), Edition 1/1, 2015. Courtesy of City Limits Gallery.

Shotgun Reviews are an open forum where we invite the international art community to contribute timely, short-format responses to an exhibition or event. If you are interested in submitting a Shotgun Review, please click this link for more information. In this Shotgun Review, Elena Gross reviews Cold Storage: James Cordas and Rhonda Holberton at City Limits Gallery in Oakland. A chilly, overcast afternoon seemed like the perfect[…..]

Nicole Cherubini: Golden Specific at Samson Projects

From our friends at Big Red & Shiny, today we present a review of Nicole Cherubini’s exhibition Golden Specific. Author Zach Horn notes, “The sculptures in Golden Specific are emphatically contemporary but with significant history, like the punky offspring of a storied dynasty.” This article was originally published on November 23, 2015. Golden Specific, Nicole Cherubini’s exhibition at Samson Projects, is meditative. The gallery’s white box is punctuated[…..]

Interview with Adriana Lara

Today from our friends at Kadist, we present a video interview with Adriana Lara. In it, Michele Fiedler talks with Lara about her relationship to the readymade, the exhibition, and the wearable. This video was originally published October 6, 2015.