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“Casual Stripes and Warm Layers”

by Ryan Wong
Among rising gallery rents and the endless expansion of larger cultural institutions in New York, micro-spaces like ArtBridge’s Drawing Room offer a respite. , curated by Jordana Zeldin, is a bite-sized summer exhibition that explores a wing of New Casualism. The smallness of the space – it was once a closet – is suited to the works on display: they are approachable objects, and converse comfortably with each other. Casualists tend towards the jokey and intentionally timid, but the three... [more]
Posted by Ryan Wong on 8/6/13

Mountain Mementos

by Nicola Bozzi
Sometimes artists that came of age in the 60s prefer to stick to a medium and play with the same format for decades, applying the same formula to different materials. The temptation to break down the art experience in a semiotic reflection on discourse tends to lead in that direction, but even though Woody van Amen is clearly interested in pushing his own symbolic vocabulary to the fore, the pieces currently on show at Ron Mandos show a relatively wide range of figures and content. Curiously... [more]
Posted by Nicola Bozzi on 6/19/13
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