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iPop | Tria Gallery

iPop by Serena Bocchino delves into the knick-knacks of popular culture and comes out shining with bouquets of pastel colored flowers looming over small sculptures of rabbits, squirrels and birds.  Since when has abstraction looked so good when used in a flora-and-fauna context? In iPop, the literal object is shamelessly primary and paired with the … Continue reading

Workshops for Modernity | MoMA

The Bauhaus was never meant to be so complicated. As a movement, it considered the complex formalism that had long existed in traditional European art and created a long-running critique that generated a series of studies and designs currently on view at the Museum of Modern Art. The Bauhaus was Modernism’s time-sensitive interpretation of the … Continue reading

Ronald Bladen | Jacobson Howard Gallery

Ronald Bladen has been known among art critics as one of the founders of Minimalism.  However most narratives of Postmodern sculpture contain very little information, if any, about Bladen and his work, throwing the credibility of this claim into question.  Although he was not part of Sam Wagstaff’s historic exhibition of 1964 titled Black, White … Continue reading