Jonald Dudd @ The Parlour

by Stephen Eakin

August 1st, 2016

The braintrust of Jonald Dudd–Lydia Cambron, Ben Garthus, and Chris Held–are on their second year, and third exhibition with this project. The title is a clear twisting up of the famous minimalist sculptor Donald Judd’s name, and echoes the kind of pot-stirring that this group implements in their curating practice. All three are a mixture of designer and artist, with varied interests and training in both areas. The shows they’ve had...

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Pass/Fail @ Ortega y Gasset Projects

by Meredith Hoffheins

May 13th, 2016

I associate the term Pass/Fail with school classes that don’t always have to be taken seriously to result in success. They’re usually less stressful and may involve some clowning. The artists in Pass/Fail, curated by Will Hutnick, have applied this stance towards representation in different ways. Their light hearted approach...

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@ Morgan Lehman and Mulherin

by Scott Robinson

May 11th, 2016

A vast swath of visual ground was broken a century ago, leading to an explosive growth of new forms in art. Many young artists are looking back to Cubism, Fauvism, German Expressionism, and various related movements. They're building on these pioneering visual achievements and  creating a fresh diversity of expression...

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The Moon and Serpent @ Orgy Park

by Scott Robinson

April 15th, 2016

I imagine waking up on a mundane morning. My schedule is free and nothing is urgent. Before I’m fully awake, dreams fizzle or fragmented memories bubble up. Psychological residue greets me at my return to consciousness. Likewise, The Moon and Serpent...

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