It’s not surprising that Scott Reeder lives in Wisconsin, birthplace of The Onion. Like the satirical newspaper, Reeder manages to get a lot of mileage out of the sometimes sad confluence of sensationalism and everyday life.
Among the pleasures of tracking the changes that Joanne Greenbaum has put her painting through in the last decade or so is watching her try out ideas, bring them to fruition, exhaust them and move on. All the while, she retains her core painterly identity: a certain gawky ebullience that embraces irresolution, hesitation, repetitiveness; the awkward, offhand and off-kilter.
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2012, aluminum, wood, sublimation print on polyester and concrete, 71 3/4 by 122 1/2 by 135 inches overall. Courtesy Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New Yor