Posts Tagged ‘The Finch’

Ryman at Dia Chelsea

July 18, 2016

The use of white focuses the viewer on the tactile — on the paint itself. It is tempting to see the subject of these paintings as the very process of painting itself. But this simplistic reading overlooks a great deal. There always seems to be a point at which the meaning of a work of […]

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A Dialog…

May 6, 2016

Jen Mazza: (A Dialogue of Three Disciplines) hi Richard, I was just finishing Joselit’s piece and found it funny/interesting that many of the things he talks about are things I have picked out from other readings. Like this quote by Hito Steyerl, which refers to her medium and documentary film, but resonates with my concerns […]

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In “The Finch”

March 24, 2016

I like a painting that does something, like a machine does something: you turn it on and it functions — The click of the shutter, the click of the cliché, but lets come back to that later… I have noticed that not infrequently, when I find myself in front of a painting I have been […]

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