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Rezac at TWIG Gallery   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Richard Rezac at TWIG Gallery September 10th, 2011 - October 22nd, 2011
Posted 9/24/11
Richard Rezac regularly investigates the systems and procedures of architecture – certainly his most important source of inspiration. Beyond volumetric concerns, what mostly intrigues him is the seeming infinity of thoughtful planar geometric structures, details, and evocative traditions of pattern and embellishment. Like an architect, Rezac often begins his work with drafting tools and graph paper, with a sequence of drawings where he works out some core geometric feature that interests him.... [more]
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Richard Rezac at Rhona Hoffman Gallery January 8th, 2010 - February 13th, 2010
Posted 2/1/10
        Richard Rezac’s new show of relief and floor sculptures at Rhona Hoffman Gallery finds him in his familiar and refined territory. Little here is about gesture, with his favored materials of bronze, aluminum, painted cherrywood and hydrocal deployed within his regular, if unconventional, forms. This stands in stark contrast to many other contemporary artists that emphasize the act of assembling as a sign of agency, Jim Lambie and Rachel Harrison come to mind. Mr. Rezac however is closer... [more]
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Skulture Vulture   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Lisa Beck, richard bloes, Mai Braun, Bruce Brosnan, Jeanne Dunning, dustin erickson, Bill Jenkins, Judy Linn, josh criscione nusbaum, michael ottersen, jiyeon park, Jerry Phillips, Josh Podoll, Richard Rezac, Nathaniel Robinson, Nancy Shaver, David Shaw, Tyler Vlahovich, Alan Wiener, B. Wurtz, Tamara Zahaykevich at Feature Inc December 13th, 2009 - January 23rd, 2010
Posted 12/27/09
The complications associated with museum exhibitions are easily offset by the over-simplicity of commercial art gallery practice. Everything is wrong with the format in these shows. Where a museum can suffer from time-consuming and cumbersome hierarchal structures, a commercial gallery is often a sitting duck that may, or may not, lay an interesting egg.  A good example of an interesting egg, for the second year running, is this year’s group exhibition at Feature Inc.  A survivor of Chicago’... [more]
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