download Leonard Bullock PaintingThis week Mark Staff Brandl interviews ex-pat artist Leonard Bullock.

Originally from North Carolina and New York City, Bullock has lived in Europe for the last 15 years, frequently exhibiting in Switzerland and Germany. He was often involved in significant events of the artworld in important locations, including starting an artist run gallery in the 80s in NYC, assisting Leon Golub and more, thus making him the source of a wealth of interesting anecdotes and unique criticisms.

Bullock is a painters’ painter especially in his mark-making; his direct facture has influenced many better-known contemporaries. He often paints on surprising surfaces such as fiberglass or silk and includes text and images with pure abstraction.

In the “outro” to this weeks show, Duncan defends the good name of Joseph Mohan, against Richard’s inappropriate commentary.
Leonard Bullock
Rudolf Zwirner
David Zwirner
Basel Art Fair
Flaying of Marsyas
Giorgione, La Tempesta
Accademia Venice
Paolo Veronese
Milton’s Satan
David Reed
Feminism and Deconstruction
High Times, Hard Times
Katy Siegel
Ralph Humphrey
Paul Feeley
Jack Whitten
Keith Sonnier
AC Project Room
Paul Bloodgood
Mary Heilmann
William Conger
Louise Fishman
Jo Baer
Donald Judd
Peter Paul Rubens, The Little Fur
Prado Museum
Art in America
Greg Kwiatek
Phil Berkman
Willem DeKooning
Jackson Pollock
Marcel Duchamp
Harold Bloom misprision
Shaun Belcher
Donald Kuspit
Katsushika Hokusai
Utagawa Hiroshige
Paul Cézanne, The Black Clock
Leon Golub
Harold Rosenberg
Paul Tillich
Kulturhaus Markgräflerhof

Christopher Hudgens