James Kalm talks to artist James Hyde at Hyde’s show West on view at Freight+Volume, New York through May 27, 2018. Hyde comments that his new work is “a type of criticism of my own [previous] abstract painting where I felt that it was becoming divorced from the world, and with these I’m trying to allow […]
Lidija Haas interviews artist R.H. Quaytman whose exhibition An Evening, Chapter 32 is on view at the Secession, Vienna through January 21, 2018. Haas writes: “[Quaytman] has never once considered abandoning painting, ‘because I think it’s really the best problem in art. The plane, the picture, is the best, deepest problem.’ Photographs on the other […]
An excerpt from Nicholas Fox Weber’s preface for the catalog of One and One Is Four: The Bauhaus Photocollages of Josef Albers, on view at the Museum of Modern Art through April 2, 2017. Weber writes: “Josef assembled these photo-collages in the years when he was also constructing furniture, sandblasting glass, and teaching the nature […]
Jonas Wood’s current show demonstrates how photography may expand contemporary painting’s enterprise.