Tag Archives: painting

Till the World Ends

If the world is in fact ending at some point today, then now is as good a time as any to talk about guilty pleasures. Thus, in the spirit of pre-apocalyptic abandon, this post is about Kesha, abstract painting, and aesthetic rapture. (More→)

Michael Bevilacuqua at Gering & López Gallery

Critic Simon Reynolds’s description of Joy Division’s music as having an “eerie spatiality” also befits the two paintings in “An Ideal for Living,” Michael Bevilacqua’s third solo show at Gering & López Gallery. (More→)

“Four Paintings” at Regina Rex

The artists in “Four Paintings” embrace the freedom brought about by the culmination of Modernism to experiment with the space of picture plane. (More→)

Stephen Prina at Friedrich Petzel

Stephen Prina’s career-long interest in the discourses in which art participates makes him a highly appropriate artist with whom to begin a blog called The Painted Word. (More→)