At New York’s Park Place gallery in the mid-1960s, an athletic geometry leapt from painting to sculpture. The moment is revisited in a show of work by one-time gallery members Mark di Suvero, Forrest Myers, Dean Fleming, and others.
One of the founders of West Coast Minimalism, John McCracken has long been acclaimed for his flawlessly crafted geometric sculptures. The artist now speaks openly of the link between his work and paranormal phenomena. Read more
From the beginning, reaction to Anselm Kiefer's work has been polarized. His remarkable early success, and enthusiastic acclaim by museums and collectors, soon produced a backlash. The critical left (Benjamin Buchloh, notably) dismissed him as a commercialy motivated purveyor of a bombastic nationalistic style. Read more
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