“If you want to be taken seriously as an artist, you cannot avoid painting.” A statement to consider?
Archive Content by Tag ‘Barnett Newman’
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Carmen Tisch’s recent urination on a Clyfford Still painting brings up questions about the history of vandalism in art.
Tags: A Different Angle, All Revved Up, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Barnett Newman, Beach Party, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Emily Amy Gallery, featured, Fred Sandback, Gene Davis, Morris Louis, nail polish series, Nancy Solomon, Pure Torture, Scott Ingram, Sol Lewitt, solomon projects, Spa Sentio, The Contemporary, Unforgettable Touch, Zip paintings
Scott Ingram’s current solo show at Emily Amy Gallery, Cusp, continues his twelve-year long series of nail polish paintings. Ingram has used the medium to take the aesthetics of mid-century painters such as Ellsworth Kelly and Morris Louis into a humorous pop-cultural context that explores how painting can still be relevant. I spoke with [...]
Tags: Andrea Gill, Barnett Newman, G. Scott Raffield, Gillian Zagorski, Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer, Jin Kim, Marcia Dietz, McCalla Hill, Richard Serra, SCAD, Studioplex, Susan Ryles, Temeisha Quick
The “Varieties of Perpetuation” exhibition currently on display at Studioplex features artwork by 8 SCAD undergraduates that explores themes of truth in contemporary society. While this topic may seem mundane, the quality of work on display is a pleasant deviation from the mediocre line-up typically offered by relatively inexperienced artists.