Meret Oppenheim is supposed to have described her famous Objet (Le Déjeuner en Fourrure-1936 ), the fur-covered cup, saucer and spoon, as “the image of femininity imprinted in the minds of men and projected on to women.” Samantha Marder’s BENT ... Continue Reading →
Sculptural torso to be shown in Alpers Gallery, Andover, MA
At the Sophie Calle's Last Seen exhibit at Boston's Gardner Museum the very large, gold-framed "word posters" suck all the energy out of the nearby equally-sized gold-framed images of empty framed art.
René Groebli published the landmark and influential photo-essay « Rail Magic » which critics today consider to be a unique and brilliant innovation of style and form. Susan May Tell and Christine Palamidessi visit his "Eye of Love" photo show at Howard Greenberg Gallery in NYC.
Reinhardt was an abstract painter, active in New York between the 30s and 60s, during the abstract expressionist movement. He is best known for his “black paintings,”which are not black when you stand upclose and look at the brush strokes.