Category Archives: RMW

by Rachael M. Wilson

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“We Are Pleased To Announce”

These works will present a negotiation of practices. Critical frameworks abound: a dedication to manipulation and subversion is evident. The artist offers his thoughts: “I like the idea that the viewer might be frozen.” Throughout the exhibition, the various textures

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“We Are Pleased To Announce”

These works will present a negotiation of practices. Critical frameworks abound: a dedication to manipulation and subversion is evident. The artist offers his thoughts: “I like the idea that the viewer might be frozen.” Throughout the exhibition, the various textures

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Concretions

Initial Deposits By all accounts, the term “Concrete Art” was first coined by Theos Van Doesburg in a manifesto, “The Basis of Concrete Art,” which was published in the one-off magazine Art Concret in 1930.1 Laying out the basic tenets

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Concretions

Initial Deposits By all accounts, the term “Concrete Art” was first coined by Theos Van Doesburg in a manifesto, “The Basis of Concrete Art,” which was published in the one-off magazine Art Concret in 1930.1 Laying out the basic tenets

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“Reinventing (Provisional Painting) [as] ‘Impure {Abstraction'” Out of Bounds}

  Art critic and poet Raphael Rubinstein has curated an exhibit, “Reinventing Abstraction: New York Painting in the 1980s,” which is up through the end of August at Cheim & Read (547 25th st. NY). In his exhibition catalog essay,*

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“Reinventing (Provisional Painting) [as] ‘Impure {Abstraction'” Out of Bounds}

  Art critic and poet Raphael Rubinstein has curated an exhibit, “Reinventing Abstraction: New York Painting in the 1980s,” which is up through the end of August at Cheim & Read (547 25th st. NY). In his exhibition catalog essay,*

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Most Perfect World at Brooklyn Rail

Read our review of “Jack Goldstein x 10,000” at the Jewish Museum (May 10 — Sept. 29, 2013), here: MPW on Jack Goldstein at Brooklyn Rail

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Most Perfect World at Brooklyn Rail

Read our review of “Jack Goldstein x 10,000” at the Jewish Museum (May 10 — Sept. 29, 2013), here: MPW on Jack Goldstein at Brooklyn Rail

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apelles paints campaspe

At the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, in a room nestled amidst two rooms filled with Rubens, the “Van Eyke room”, and the “Pieter Breugel the Elder room,” this large painting by the lesser-known Flemish painter, Jodocus de Winghe, could be

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apelles paints campaspe

At the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, in a room nestled amidst two rooms filled with Rubens, the “Van Eyke room”, and the “Pieter Breugel the Elder room,” this large painting by the lesser-known Flemish painter, Jodocus de Winghe, could be

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Kurbis Kopfstücke

The Belvedere in Vienna has sixteen of Franz Xaver Messerschmidt’s so-called “character heads” in their collection.  Messerschmidt, born in Bavaria in 1736, studied sculpture and completed early court commissions in Vienna until his sudden departure in 1770, after what is

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Kurbis Kopfstücke

The Belvedere in Vienna has sixteen of Franz Xaver Messerschmidt’s so-called “character heads” in their collection.  Messerschmidt, born in Bavaria in 1736, studied sculpture and completed early court commissions in Vienna until his sudden departure in 1770, after what is

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Berlin Neue Nationalgalerie: Observations

Things have quieted down. Che fare? Was tun? Foolish feeling foolish feelings. How to go? What put? What to do? There comes and goes a green dog, a red dog, a white dog, a black and blue dog. Or, is

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Berlin Neue Nationalgalerie: Observations

Things have quieted down. Che fare? Was tun? Foolish feeling foolish feelings. How to go? What put? What to do? There comes and goes a green dog, a red dog, a white dog, a black and blue dog. Or, is