Viewing works in close proximity not only invoked a strong sense of anticipation, but a participatory aspect to the actual exhibition.
The reaction itself is art.
I’ve been promising myself that I would keep to my art writings and dedicate time to those artist heroes I’ve stored in the large unorganized art bin in my mind. For the longest time, I’ve been out of commission for reasons not even known to me. In any case, I digress, as always… One of the […]
Opening night – Thursday, February 7, 2008 The minute I walked into Matt Borruso’s show, Full Spectrum Aura, at the Steve Wolf Gallery, I became surprisingly nostalgic. I was reminded of two former classmates who resembled the subjects of Magenta and Turtleneck. At first glance, one may be struck by the vibrant and elaborate color […]
Talented and humorously prophetic artists, Packard Jennings and Steve Lambert, collaborated with a multi-faceted group of panelists from transportation to urban development consulting and architecture.
Opening Night – Friday, January 11, 2008 On the cusp of Downtown tucked away on 14th street and Valencia, you will find the Southern Exposure gallery. As you step through the red door and proceed to the back of the gallery, you will find two metal detector installations set against a trans formative mural that […]