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Just in Time: Josef Albers at the Morgan

posted on 15 Oct 2012 22:22 by Sara Spink

Anyone who has taken a painting class is likely familiar with the exercise of creating value studies, strips of tonal values ranging from dark to light. Having done so granted me an immediate familiarity with the preparatory studies comprising this insightful exhibition evidencing painter Josef Alber's creative process. I confess that the works of Albers I'd seen—the renowned Homage to the Square...

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Ferdinand Hodler: View to Infinity, Neue Galerie

posted on 04 Oct 2012 15:53 by Sara Spink

The newly opened Ferdinand Hodler: View To Infinity at the Neue Galerie describes Hodler as the foremost Swiss painter of the early 20th century, an adherent of symbolism, and a significant influence on permanent collection artists Klimt, Kokoschka, and Schiele. The exhibition's pointed introduction leaves the audience well-poised to appreciate the compact but diverse selection of works on...

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Yayoi Kusama at the Whitney

posted on 03 Oct 2012 05:04 by Sara Spink

Perhaps foolishly, I had no great expectations when I decided on a whim to visit the Yayoi Kusama retrospective at the Whitney. Given the option I wouldn't really have said abstraction is my thing, but then something happened. It started in the first gallery among the early works. There cryptic, whispery figures meandered over nebulous forms emerging from dark paper to suggest space or deep...

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Rineke Dijkstra: A Retrospective

posted on 01 Aug 2012 17:07 by Sara Spink

I love observing people, and it's lucky for me that New York City is especially conducive and receptive to that practice. Whether watching families in Central Park or scrutinizing faces on the subway, one finds in this city an endless canvas of humanity. It is just this type of inspection Rineke Dijkstra invites in the retrospective body of work currently presented at the Guggenheim. Raising...

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NYBG: Monet's Garden

posted on 30 Jul 2012 02:46 by Sara Spink

This evolving tribute to Claude Monet proffers a new way of seeing the artist and his work. Positioning his gardens not only as the inspiration behind some of his best-known paintings but as veritable works of art in themselves, the exhibition delves into Monet's deliberate aesthetic creation of his gardens and recounts several anecdotes showing that he effectively curated these natural spaces. ...

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