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Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Long Tail

I began this as a reply to a recent comment by the artist, critic and theorist Martin Mugar and I thought it might be better as a post. Please forgive the editing – it was done on the fly – So without further ado…. Hi Martin, Thanks for your comments, happy to be back. I […]

OMI International – The Crayon Miscellany

Friend of Henri, Michael Zahn, is participating in a show at the OMI International Arts Center curated by the wonderful artist, painter and curator, Julie Ryan. Details of the show are here: The Crayon Miscellany.  From the few photos I’ve seen we’re all in for a treat – summer in the New York countryside and […]

Sarah Lucas and the Pernicious Influence of Bruce Nauman – May 2015

Returning to the “real” world is sometimes a difficult thing. You slide back into your life. Everything feels just a bit off, nothing fits. It’s during times like these that I’ve been able to think outside of my own box. On the return plane ride I was ruminating about the Biennale, particularly about Sarah Lucas’ show […]

Don Voisine at McKenzie Fine Art – by Paul Corio

I’m a long time fan of painter Don Voisine, who’s been working within a strictly limited selection of geometric shapes for well over thirty years.  The thing that I’ve always been most impressed with is the variety he can coax from what, to the inattentive viewer, might seem like repetition or adherence to brand.  The […]

Space Available

June 5 – 28, 2015 Opening Reception: June 5, 6 – 9pm Open: weekends from 12 noon – 6pm 1329 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11237 (Between Wyckoff and St. Nicholas, Jefferson stop on the L-train) An exhibition of larger size works by: Antonia Perez • Christopher Dunlap • Daniel Crews • Dennis Bellone • Gilbert Hsiao • […]