Posts Tagged ‘Corbett vs. Dempsey’

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DIANE SIMPSON // HOUSE IMAGES

click here to download PDF By Susan Snodgrass In The Poetics of Space, Gaston Bachelard’s well-known meditation on the phenomenology of architecture (published in 1957), the interior space of home offers a storehouse of images and experiences by which to unleash the poetic imagination. “[B]y approaching the house images with care not to break up[…]

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THE HAIRY WHO // REFRAMING REBELLION

by Kate Pollasch download printable PDF from Issue 01 My thoughts begin in the bathroom. Not in the bathrooms that house stalls with their juvenile jokes, love notes, and graffiti scrawled on their walls, but in Roger Brown’s second floor bathroom, now preserved as a house museum, at the Roger Brown Study Collection. Walk up[…]

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PROFILE OF THE ARTIST // KEIICHI TANAAMI

By Anastasia Karpova Tinari Renowned Japanese designer, illustrator, video, and Pop artist Keiichi Tanaami influenced succeeding generations of interdisciplinary workers, yet his work is still gaining widespread recognition in the United States. A Corbett vs. Dempsey exhibition which closed in June, his third showing and first full-scale exhibition in the Chicago gallery, featured intimately scaled, chock-full collages[…]

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JOYCELAND // LISSON GALLERY

by Marianne Templeton LONDON, EN. In Milk and Melancholy, Kenneth Hayes identifies the milk splash as a recurring motif in photographic art from the mid-1960s until the mid-1980s, and asserts that this moment of lactic disturbance that reappeared “with the regularity of a trauma… was instrumental in overcoming the hegemony of Modernist painting and, at[…]

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ARTURO HERRERA // CORBETT VS. DEMPSEY

by Shreya Sethi Arturo Herrera has always been interested in how his artworks are “read.” As an artist dealing primarily in the medium of collage, he articulates a language that is able to combine different elements, and therefore say multiple things simultaneously. The artist is aware, however, that in the visual world, images are nonetheless[…]