Patterns (Design Elements)
In one painting, I am picked up and drawn into a wild weather event, a storm of color, wind, and light.
Picture a man in New York City, wandering its busy streets. He spies a battered piece of small cast plastic on the sidewalk. Its shape is familiar to the eye and hand; it is intact but not instantly identifiable.
A few weeks ago I loaded the station wagon with popcorn and beer and we all piled in, off to enjoy a lost American family experience: the drive-in.
Inconsistency, contradiction and the feminization of minimalism are discussed in relation to Karin Waisman’s sculptural work.
Sol LeWitt bridged the gap between Minimalism and Conceptualism, foregrounding the disparity between the world of language and that of objects and actions.
Mimi Thompson on how Sheila Berger’s paintings manage to brilliantly evoke emotions, places and times.
Isaac Mizrahi, #104, 605, 200 (1988) by Suzan Etkin—from the Artists Choose Designers portfolio, where nine New York artists interpret the work of nine fashion designers.