|Bruce High Quality Art Foundation limo used on the Teach 4 Amerika Tour, 2011.
I am so pleased to be able to continue to present
international critics, writers, artists and curators to the readership of The Art Section. It is absolutely vital
to any art community not to become fixated on the local only but always to seek
beyond boundaries and limitations.
So it is an honor for me to present a conversation
the artist Thomas Eller and curator David Elliott, to have Floriana’s Piqué’s
meditation on Nicola De Maria’s work, and Harry Weil’s enthusiastic engagement
with the Bruce High Quality Foundation at the Brooklyn Museum. I myself found BHQF’s
Thelma and Louise parody very funny.
It is not often that I laugh out loud at works of art … though that’s not such
a bad idea.
One of our readers, the artist Nicolette Reim,
our request in the last issue that our readers share their experiences of
exhibitions with us, some thoughts about her trip to Denver, to the Denver
Museum in particular where she saw shows of Mark Rothko and Nick Cave. She examines
both exhibitions and gift shops with humor and wit. Thank you, Nicolette! And I
hope for more news and observations from you and other readers.
Thank you, TAS writers! And thank
you, TAS readers.
if you will be in NYC
please Save the Date to celebrate my
She’s Got What It Take: American Women Artists in Dialogue
by Charta Art
Book Milan, Italy 2013 and distributed by DAP.
and Read Gallery will
graciously host this event on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 from 6 to 8 pm
gallery is at 547 West
25th street, NYC, NY.
of the nine artists
will be present and will sign books! They
include Jennifer Bartlett, Louise Fishman, Jane Freilicher, Joyce Kozloff,
Elaine Reichek, Joan Snyder, Pat Steir, Ursula von Rydingsvard, and Betty