Monthly Archives: March 2013

Questions for Jan Verwoert’s ‘Exhaustion & Exuberance’

Here are some questions to consider when reading Jan Verwoert’s ‘Exhaustion & Exuberance’, which we will also be discussing on March 26th (in addition to these questions, please bring your own questions and/or comments to the discussion): 1. Think about … Continue reading

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Questions for Raphael Rubinstein’s ‘Provisional Painting’

Here are some questions to consider when reading Raphael Rubinstein’s ‘Provisional Painting’, which we will be discussing on March 26th (in addition to these questions, please bring your own questions and/or comments to the discussion): 1. Collect a few quotes/instances … Continue reading

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Zin Taylor

              More images and info on this particular work here. “Stylistically, the mobile and the painting are characteristic of Taylor’s elegantly evoked sense of accretion, of forms that incorporate their own process of production: … Continue reading

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Mark Takamichi Miller

        Here is a painter I found just this morning which relates to Sheena’s work, but which others might find interesting. “Over the past thirteen years, Miller has painted scenes from anonymous individuals’ photographs that he acquired … Continue reading

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Sandra Rechico This is particularly for Kendra, but many of you might be interested in this.  Sandra often works with Gwen MacGregor, but they each have their own solo practice. Thanks for having me at your crits last week. I’m sorry I … Continue reading

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Thomas Nozkowski

            Many of you know about Nozkowski’s work, but I recently found images of paintings I’ve never seen before (featured above) which you might be interested in, namely from this recent review, and from here. … Continue reading

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‘Provisional Painting’ by Raphael Rubinstein

Hi Class – as a companion essay for Jan Verwoert’s ‘Exhaustion & Exuberance‘, please read the online essay ‘Provisional Painting‘ by Raphael Rubinstein. We will discuss it also on March 26th along with Verwoert’s essay.

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