Portia Zvavahera: I Was Made to See the Dark Side (Ndakaoneswa murima) at David Zwirner last month
Large paintings, opening and closing compositions, bare canvas and wild patterning as if poured from the tip of a nozzle
Ghost imagery with pattern
All Is Possible, the unspeakably brilliant survey of Ruth Asawa at Zwirner curated by Helen Molesworth
Molesworth's feat was to include a variety of Asawa's drawings, here patterned
With a set of doors the artist carved for her home
The drawings were shown with small sculptures
Revealing a hybrid language of doodle and ink painting
Chrysanthemum motif, I'd think traced from an ink study
Grounded by drawings from the hand, etheral forms fashioned from nature itself
Revealing shadow as a major protagonist for line
In the first room intimate drawings made on the fly of her child
Dreaming in a welter of pattern that later, distilled, forms the most basic elements of our world.
Sol Lewitt in the simply stellar Seen In the Mirror: Mickey Carton Collection exhibition at Zwirner
Sol Lewitt - the finest line
Joseph Yoakum, one of several gorgeous landscapes in an amazing compendium of work throughout history
Whoops--part of an accordion book of subway drawings--loved this
I think, Jess
Charles LeDray's glass shelves with hand-made, household objects.
The idiosyncratic logicof Mickey Carton's vision: outsider artist Martin Ramirez and Morandi. Thanks to the gallery for the epic overview of a private collection.
Jaune "Quick-to-See" Smith's trenchant critcal work recently on view at Garth Greenan.
Remapping lanscape with her experience.
Happiest 2022 ~ Raise our glass to a beautiful world.
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