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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
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Space-Time

by Andrew Berardini
I've always wanted to make a light that looks like the light you see in your dream. —James Turrell, excerpted from James Turrell: A Retrospective   Art is always stumbling into someone else's dream. At LACMA, be warned of lines and guards; turns out someone else's dream forces you to book a place months in advance, pay $45, sign a waiver to lab-coated girls in exchange for ten or so minutes with flickering lights. Just one of a dozen logistical hiccups. The precision of other... [more]
Posted by Andrew Berardini on 6/4/13
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Past Midnight

by Andrew Berardini
Coming into the museum after midnight made me a little nervous. I gently pushed open the door, half expecting it to be locked even if the glass entryway was boldly marked “24/7” in vinyl. A gracious woman, perhaps sensing my trepidation welcomed me in, pointed toward the entrance and mentioned a few highlights, things tucked away that we might miss and we went in, feeling mischievous and exhilarated to be in one of these temples of art past bedtime. Driving to Pomona College Museum of Art in... [more]
Posted by Andrew Berardini on 9/21/11
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