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Jeana Sohn: Sleep Sleep

by Jenia Gorton
        Jeana Sohn’s “Sleep Sleep” is a thoughtful adventure through a simple landscape. Female figures—from girls who look like figurines to women with aging faces—serenely search, dance delightedly, and investigate with intent through tangled rope, swarms of butterflies, and prismatic shapes, wandering in quasi-natural spaces.  Each piece is undoubtedly part of the whole, linked together either literally through strands and lines or, visually, through these recurring motifs. Symbols of... [more]
Posted by Jenia Gorton on 6/22/09
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The Intellectual Life of Lines by Nico Machida

Interconsiderations: Joshua Aster / Melissa Manfull / Jill NewmanJune 30 – August 11, 2007Opening Reception: Saturday June 30th, 2007 6 - 9pmTaylor De Cordoba proudly presents, Interconsiderations: Joshua Aster / Melissa Manfull / Jill Newman, a group show of works on paper and paintings curated by Elise Barclay. The exhibition will run from June 30 – August 11 and the gallery will host a reception for the artists on Saturday June 30 from 6 – 9PM.Written in 1981, Buckminster Fuller's Critical... [more]
Posted by Kristin Dickson on 7/26/07
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The F-Word in Art

“Hot Faucet” by Kimberly Brooks  Oil on canvas, 18 x 18 inches  Courtesy Taylor De Cordoba, Los AngelesWith Nancy Pelosi having taken her historic position at the rostrum and Hillary Clinton hitting the presidential campaign trail, we have undoubtedly entered a new era of feminism. The F-word is once again being bandied about, as is that perennial question, "Can we have it all?" And it is thus no surprise to find that in her latest series, "Mom's Friends," the artist Kimberly Brooks adds... [more]
Posted by leahevelyn on 3/2/07
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