TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/23-3/1)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/23-3/1)

Heather Mekkelson draws upon how power lines create visual planes that bisect the sky outside her home under a light-pollution cloud cover. With both mathematical and mystical sequences, Mekkelson knots and braids paracords, toned to shades of light-pollution mauve,...
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/16-2/22)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/16-2/22)

Fruiting Bodies is inspired by a meditation on Charles Demuth’s “Pink Tulips,” (1930) – an understated watercolor found on the artist’s easel at the time of his death and painted concurrent to his homoerotic pencil drawings. Each of the four artist in this exhibition...
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/9-2/15)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/9-2/15)

Villon makes no mention of his legal problems, which most critics cite as the real reason for his departure. Before leaving, he bequeaths his nonexistent or valueless property to his friends and relatives. For instance, he wills his “renown,” which could not have been...
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/2-2/8)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/2-2/8)

Regina José Galindo has developed a socially and politically motivated practice in which she strives to acknowledge the thirty-six years of civil war her country endured, but also looks forward to a more peaceful and productive future. . . Her works are combative and...
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (1/26- 2/1)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (1/26- 2/1)

An assembly for the collective production of a grave rhythm from  which the last gasps for oxygen before passing derive their colloquial name. –Kevin Barrett Weil   1. Two Addresses January 28, 2017, 7-10PM Work by: Kevin Barrett Weil Beautiful: 1801 S...