Posts written by Spencer Nelson
Ed Ruscha is a key figure in Los Angeles’s ongoing battle for recognition as a center for fine art.
In an exhibition spanning four decades, the Morgan Library showcases Josef Albers’ Homages to the Square. The German, a shamus of color and its capabilities, took cues from pre-Colombian, Bauhaus and mid-20th century American art to craft a powerfully unique form of expression.
The end of summer is approaching and all your unfulfilled fantasies of a season of adventure and self-improvement may be crashing down, but we have a three-step antidote to indolence-induced guilt.
The man was an enigmatic figure: aristocratic yet populist, broadminded yet abrasive and intolerant.
“Plagiarism should be celebrated,” declares Chris Habib, author of Plagiarist and organizer of Printed Matter’s group exhibition HELP/LESS.