Monthly Archives: July 2012

Raymond Hains

See Silo entry on the Marginalia of Raymond Hains in Vitrine

Nahum Tevet

In the mid-1980s, geometrical abstraction was, for many, the artistic mode where the most exciting lines of thought, turns of style and artistic practices converged. It was the privileged locus of postmodernism’s critique of modernist idealism, the vehicle for the … Continue reading


October 1, 2012 KARIN DAVIE, PRESS RELEASE, 1999 I don’t keep very many gallery press releases but here’s one that I’ve held on to: the announcement for Karin Davie’s 1999 solo show at Marianne Boesky. This page of energetic sketches … Continue reading