KAWS

Silhouette of Kaws sculpture at Fort Worth Modern in front of reflecting pond

What do we learn from repetition? KAWS WHERE THE END STARTS Oct 20, 2016 – Jan 22, 2017 Fort Worth – Three versions of the same image start a large exhibit of 2- and 3- dimensional work by KAWS at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.  Six different colors make three different combinations that…

Stella Retrospective

Frank Stella Retrospective - Ft. Worth Modern Art Museum

– Ft. Worth – July 2016 – Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth  – “Das Erdbeben der Chili is one of the most recent paintings, and next to it … one of the earliest,” I overheard a tour guide say to her group standing at the first painting in the retrospective of Frank Stella’s work at…

Women of Abstract Expressionism

June 12th through September 25, 2016 – Denver – If you watch our Intro to Women of Abstract Expressionism, you can feel the power and beauty of Abstract Expressionism. Add to this the knowledge that Abstract Expressionism was the first American movement to received international acknowledgement.  Take it from me personally,  when I saw a…

Frottages

Licktenstein rubbing Menil Collection

Apparitions: Frottages and Rubbings from 1860 to Now Houston: Sept 11, 2015 – Jan 3, 2016 The deMenil Collection in Houston filled their whole current exhibition space with rubbings.  Frottages is the title in French, which makes the activity sound like something exotic enough to fill such a prominent museum. The Menil’s changing exhibition spaces…

Joan Miro at Denver Art Museum

Sculpture made after 1970 by Joan Miro, on view at Denver Art Museum, March 2015

: Insight & Imagination; March 22 to June 28, 2105 Denver — “I painted in a frenzy, so that people will know that I am alive, that I’m breathing, that I still have a few more places to go.” – Joan Miró, 1978 A while ago, a young artist friend of mine told me “The avant-garde…