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A Meandering Reading of Rachel Foullon

by Ed Schad
      Rachel Foullon thinks about rural spaces: the dank packed dust of a barn tack room, horse harnesses and halters hanging from the ramshackle hooks, the dark holes of a musty hay loft. This rural poetry has haunted poets and thinkers for centuries, some idealizing those spaces and making them the symbol of lost innocence, others finding them quaint and beautiful. Foullon has another take on the countryside and rural, namely as the platform and backbone of economies. Whereas someone like Dan Graham noticed how the site specific interventions of minimalism meant little without s... [more]
Posted by Ed Schad on 3/15/10

Flour & Tape

by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer
Wow, aaron GM has come an awfully long way from the loose-goosey, clumsy days of his aggressively dysfunctional environment/performance Ice Cream Shoppe, 2006, in Shirley Morales’ garage to arrive so gracefully at his first solo show, capezio, inaugurating Morales’ LTD Los Angeles Gallery. GM benefits tremendously from the self-imposed formal limits that structure the exhibition’s various tableau installations and videos. There is a consistent, spare palette of blue and white in which the predominant and unifying materials are blue painter’s tape (solidly covering prop-objects... [more]
Posted by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer on 2/16/10