Posts Tagged ‘Noah Hanna’

DAVID HOCKNEY: TIME AND MORE, SPACE AND MORE… // RICHARD GRAY GALLERY

By Noah Hanna In the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow, Scotland hangs David Hockney’s 1995 photograph, Photography is Dead, Long Live Painting. The image depicts two purple vases of sunflowers, one captured from life, the other its rendering in watercolor. I have always been particularly fond of this work, a sort of Joseph Kosuth[…]

MARK WALLINGER // THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY, DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ART

by Noah Hanna It can be challenging to trace the roots of Mark Wallinger’s artwork. The Turner Prize awardee has adopted such numerous personas, mediums, and themes that any attempt to locate the origin of his illustrious career can seem futile—though it appears Wallinger prefers it that way. Sharing the gallery space at Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery and Dundee Contemporary[…]

DIANA THATER // THE SYMPATHETIC IMAGINATION

by Noah Hanna click here to download PDF A group of divers drop into the water; greens and blues wash over the gallery’s walls, floor, and ceiling as the camera sinks below the surface of the waves. Quick yet calculated shots project a pod of dolphins and an enamored film crew in tow. Diana Thater’s[…]