Monthly Archives: October 2018

Color Matters

My wall of 4 paintings in the group show Color Matters at Galerie Richard, 121 Orchard St. New York City that runs to November 17, 2018 info@galerierichard.com http://www.galerierichard.com Advertisements

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Review of Bernar Venet rétrospective 2019-1959

My review of Bernar Venet rétrospective 2019-1959 at the Musée d’Art Contemporain de Lyon has been published at Hyperallergic here https://hyperallergic.com/467366/bernar-venets-retrospective-creates-a-modernist-mausoleum/

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On Jeff Koons’s Bouquet of Tulips coming to the Petit Palais Garden

I give my opinion at Hyperallergic of Jeff Koons’s Bouquet of Tulips coming to the Petit Palais Garden in Paris here: https://hyperallergic.com/466323/jeff-koonss-bouquet-of-tulips-will-be-planted-in-the-petit-palais-garden/

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Before and Beyond the Bachelor Machine

My art theory / art history paper “Before and Beyond the Bachelor Machine” has been published in Arts as part of the Special Issue “The Machine as Art (in the 20th Century)” at MDPI here: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0752/7/4/67/htm 

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Stormy (2018)

Three examples from my Stormy (2018) series of 400 x 400 cm computer-robotic assisted paintings on canvas. The series started out as Shit Storm and went to Stormy D to Stormy Weather and finally just to Stormy.

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Art review of Amour (Love) at the Musee du Louvre​-Lens

My review of Amour (Love) at the Musee du Louvre​-Lens has been published at Hyperallergic​ here: https://hyperallergic.com/463842/seducing-the-viewer-to-have-a-roll-in-the-hay-at-the-louvre-lens/

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Paul Crowther, Digital Art, Aesthetic Creation: The Birth of a Medium

From the Paul Crowther book Digital Art, Aesthetic Creation: The Birth of a Medium, Routledge Creative Media & the Arts (2018) pp. 130 – 134 We start with the work of Joseph Nechvatal. His computer-assisted paintings date from 1986. They derive … Continue reading

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