Art In America

Celebrating 60 Years Painters and Poets

To celebrate its 60th anniversary, Tibor de Nagy gallery—founded by the Hungarian-born ex-banker turned dealer—recently exhibited a trove of more than 50 works of art and as many pieces of ephemera. Together they constituted a noisy mix of the...

JirĖ?Ć­ KolĆ”rĖ?

Though Czech artist JirĖ?í KolárĖ? (1914-2002) eventually migrated from poetry to collage, he was always a wordsmith, inventing names for the gestures and elements that inspired his process: crumplage, confrontage, chiasmage, ventilage, magrittage...

Alyson Shotz

A luminous gravity marks Alyson Shotz’s recent sculptures, each a seamless, elegant manipulation of light and shadow as weightless and abstract as breathing. In the largest, Equilibrium, Shotz’s virtuosity is most apparent. Five hundred supple piano...

Clay Wagstaff

Clay Wagstaff embeds his curious and compelling landscapes with self-conscious traces of his process. Exposed grids—lines sketched on the canvas that bleed through the oil paint—materialize in skies over seas, trees and shorelines. Evidence of an...

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