February 23 – Richard Wentworth, a leading figure in British art since the 1970s, is in dialogue with curator and writer Gavin Morrison to mark the recent publication of Making Do and Getting By.
It is about the poetics of not knowing—about both mining and understanding the membrane between the known and the unknown. Glenn Kaino, in “Building Bridges: Glenn Kaino,” by Seth Hawkins, Artillery (May 2015).
Feehily has a very good eye, and knows how to make modesty feel major. And that, evidently, is plenty.
Martin Herbert, review of Fergus Feehily at Stuart Shave/Modern Art, Frieze (October 2011).
What persists is an understated elegance and a sensitivity to gesture, color, and composition in fragmentary pictures: a silhouetted figure, a masked face, a veined arm. Presented in an oval format . . . the images might have been spied through a keyhole, and their Old Master allusiveness isn’t contradicted by the suggestion of dust and sweat.
New Yorker, review of Arne Svenson: The Workers at Julie Saul Gallery, 2015
Minus the gold leaf, they function like pictures with pronounced textual elements — in other words, illustrated manuscripts for the 21st century.
Christian Viveros-Fauné, “Fernando Bryce, One-of-a Kind Copyist, On View in Chelsea,” Village Voice, December 15, 2015.
April 12 - Frank Stella, artist featured in Frank Stella: A Retrospective, in conversation with Modern Chief Curator Michael Auping
What is a word for collaboration between material will and human intention that implies generation rather than decay?
Martha Tuttle, artist statement