Heat Wave 1996, Flight Test
Warsh is the author of numerous books of poetry, fiction and autobiography.
Richard Nonas: As Light Through FogBy Lilly Wei
JUNE 2022 | ArtSeen
For Richard Nonas's seventh show at Fergus McCaffery, As Light Through a Fog, the works on view are divided between wall and floor, wood and steel, between pre-industrial and industrialized materials, nature and culture.
Facts of LightBy Tim Maul
DEC 21-JAN 22 | ArtSeen
Gowanus Brooklyn can resemble an Art Deco frieze illustrating the word transportation with active canals, bumper-to-bumper overpasses, and descending aircraft. Cathouse Proper at 524 Projects is one flight up and a corridor leads into a purposeful room two stories high with six windows, engineered solely for a late artist's contemplation and appraisal of his art. The space, that ethereal 70s term for gallery or art context, is an appropriate host for Facts of Light (FoL) curated by (and including) Robert(a) Ruisza Marshall whose press release leans into the poetic permitting the art to register differently than overly determined art writing meant to cover all the bases.
Olafur Eliasson: Your light spectrum and presenceBy Ricky Amadour
MARCH 2022 | ArtSeen
Olafur Eliassons most recent show at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery in Hollywood, California, Your light spectrum and presence, navigates through cerebral modulations of color that suggest the theatrical nuances of illusion.
Etel Adnan: Light’s New MeasureBy Dina A. Ramadan
NOV 2021 | ArtSeen
Lights New Measure borrows its title from a poem in the 2012 collection Sea and Fog, gesturing to the dialogue between Adnans artwork and her poetry. Indeed, it would be impossible to think about her art practice as separate from her literary pursuits, especially since a persistent struggle with language(s) frames her experience of both the literary and visual.