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18 August 2017

Left to right: The artist Domenico Zindato, in New York, with drawings from the suite 31 (2014-2015); three works from 31: This World is Small as a Grain of Dust, Into the Water's Music and Do Not Ask How It Came About This Creation; all three works dated 2015, ink and pastel on paper; each work measures 16 by 10 inches (photo of the artist by E.M.G.; photos of artworks courtesy of Domenico Zindato and Andrew Edlin Gallery)

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15 July 2017

 

8 July 2017

 

6 May 2017

 

8 April 2017

 

1 May 2017

Left to right: Cover of May 2017 issue of Art & Antiques (U.S.A.); Robert Rauschenberg, Charlene, 1954, oil, charcoal, printed reproductions, newspaper, wood, plastic mirror, man's undershirt, umbrella, lace, ribbons and other fabrics, and metal on Homasote, mounted on wood, with electric light, 7 feet 5 inches × 9 feet 4 inches × 3 1/2 inches; Rauschenberg, Polar Glut, 1987, riveted metal street signs, 6 feet 4 1/2 inches × 36 inches × 4 inches; Rauschenberg’s Pelican, 1963, as performed in a former CBS television studio, New York, during the First New York Theater Rally, May 1965 (photos: Art & Antiques; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, © 2017 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, courtesy of Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York, promised gift of Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravi, © 2017 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, courtesy of Museum of Modern Art, New York; photo by Peter Moore, © Barbara Moore/Licensed by VAGA, New York, New York, courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, © 2016 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, courtesy of Museum of Modern Art, New York)

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14 January 2017

 

30 October 2016

 

8 October 2016

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1 October 2016

In Japan, journeys, adventures and discoveries

Left to right: A Shinto shrine in the small town of Kitanokiwa in Aomori Prefecture in northern Japan; a recent edition of a sports newspaper; a plastic-food menu display in a restaurant's window in Tokyo; myself on the train (again).

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10 September 2016

In New Paintings, Elisabeth Condon Pours on Color and Unexpected Forms

Left to right: American Pastorale (2016), ink, acrylic, glitter and pumice on linen, 59 x 59 inches; Bluebirds (2016), ink, acrylic, glitter and pumice on linen, 59 x 59 inches; and Elisabeth Condon at work in her New York studio. First and last photos by Phillip Reed, courtesy of Lesley Heller Workspace; middle photo by the artist.

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20 August 2016

Roger Ricco, Artist, Has Something to Show You

Left to right: Pool with Jungle Night (2015), acrylic on canvas, 32 x 32 inches, and the artist Roger Ricco at his home in Woodstock, New York, in August 2016 (first photo courtesy of Savery Gallery, Philadelphia; photo of artist by E.M.G.)

Left to right: Roger Ricco in his studio in Woodstock, New York; Pool with Ladder (2016), acrylic on canvas mounted on board, 33.5 x 32 inches; Cube, Shell and Sphere (2014), archival pigment print photograph, 32.05 x 32.05 inches, edition of ten (first two photos by E.M.G.; last photo courtesy of Savery Gallery, Philadelphia)

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13 August 2016

 

25 June 2016

Austrian modern artist Oswald Oberhuber: Prolific practitioner of “permanent change”

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4 June 2016

 

28 May 2016

Left to right: Cover of art historian Reiko Tomii's new book; The Play, Voyage: Happening in an Egg (1968), photo of performance-art event in progress (photo © The Play); Michio Horikawa, The Shinano River Plan 11 (Mail Art by Sending Stones) (1969), stone, wire, mail tags (mailed to artist Yutaka Matsuzawa) (collection of Kumiko Matsuzawa, photo by Reiko Tomii).

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23 April 2016

Alexander Girard: An all-around design Wunderkind’s wide-ranging, multifaceted oeuvre

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3 April 2016

At Museum Gugging, near Vienna, my lecture about Japanese art brut

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18 March 2016

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17 March 2016

Left to right: A photo from my New York Times article offers an installation view of the exhibition Japanese Art After 1945: Scream Against the Sky, which was presented at the now-defunct Guggenheim Museum SoHo, New York, in 1994; the Japanese artist Sadamasa Motonaga's Work (Water) (originally created in 1956), in the exhibition Gutai: Splendid Playground, at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, in 2013; and the logo of the newspaper's special section focusing on museums. Photos taken from the website of the New York Times.

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16 March 2016

Drawings by Lance de los Reyes: Classic, modernist abstraction from a former graffiti tagger

Left to right: Lance de los Reyes at work, and Builder 1, Builder 6 and Builder 7; all works dated 2016 and made with graphite on paper; each sheet measures 24 x 18 inches. Photo of the artist by Mordechai Rubinstein, courtesy of the artist; photos of artworks courtesy of Shrine.

Lance de los Reyes, Builder 2, Builder 10 and Builder 3; all works dated 2016 and made with graphite on paper; each sheet measures 24 x 18 inches. Photos of artworks courtesy of Shrine.

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12 March 2016

Architecture of the future, right now: An exhibition of Japanese designs at MoMA, New York

 

5 March 2016

 

20 February 2016

Left to right: Cover of the new book by Lynne Adele and Bruce Lee Webb; Masonic Scottish Rite painting (c. 1900), unidentified artist, oil paint on linen, framed in a lightbox and illuminated from behind, 42 x 30 inches; George Washington as a Freemason (1867), chromolithograph produced by Strobridge & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, 24 x 19 inches; Odd Fellows summer bedspread (c. 1875–1900), maker unknown, cotton, 76 x 76 inches. First photo courtesy of University of Texas Press; second and third photos courtesy of Webb Gallery, Waxahachie, Texas; last photo by José Andrés Ramírez, courtesy of American Folk Art Museum, New York.

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13 February 2016

 

2 February 2016

Left to right: The artist Daniel Swanigan Snow, illuminated, at Cathouse FUNeral; Snow’s mixed-media work Deus M/X (2013) and his small work Shadow Dancer (2003). Photos by E.M.G.

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26 January 2016

 

17 January 2016

In New York, a rare opportunity to see Hawkins Bolden’s “scarecrow” art in depth

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16 January 2016

 

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1 January 2016

In Japan, the art brut/outsider art field is evolving quickly

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12 December 2015

 

5 December 2015

 

24 October 2015

 

10 October 2015

Left to right: Paintings by Naoto Nakagawa, including the older Still Life With Earth (1975), acrylic on canvas, 46 x 54 inches (photo courtesy of the artist); and the artist in his New York studio with three paintings, including, on the wall, Still Life in Process (1966), acrylic on canvas, 20 x 15 inches, Earth Series III (2013), acryclic on canvas, 52 x 41.5 inches, and, on the right, Fallen Angels II (2015), acrylic on canvas, 84 x 54 inches (photo by E.M.G.)

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9 October 2015

 

26 September 2015

 

19 September 2015

Photo credits, left to right: Moriyama image ©Daidō Moriyama, photo courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Nomura image ©Hitoshi Nomura; courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey.

Photo credits, left to right: Photo of Nomura by Edward M. Gómez; Takamatsu image ©The Estate of Jirō Takamatsu, photo courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and Yumiko Chiba Associates; Uematsu image ©Keiji Uematsu, photo courtesy of Yumiko Chiba Associates.

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12 September 2015

 

2 September 2015

Above, left to right: Paintings by Ken Grimes, including Untitled (The Deepest Seas)(2013), acrylic on canvas, 36 x 49 inches; Untitled (The Epsilon Eridani Radio Signal)(2003), acrylic on board, 71.5 x 48 inches; and Untitled (The Electrical Experiments of Marconi)(2013), acrylic on canvas, 36 x 49 inches. Photos of artworks courtesy of Ricco/Maresca Gallery.

Ricco/Maresca Gallery, 529 West 20th Street, Floor 3; telephone: 212-627-4819.

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1 August 2015

 

18 July 2015

 

4 July 2015

 

8 June 2015

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16 May 2015

 

10 May 2015

Above, left to right: Black-and-white images by the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki, who is well-known internationally for his urban scenes of Japan; damaged photos from family albums, which were found among the rubble and debris in the Tōhoku region after the flood waters had receded and were rescued by the Japan-based Lost and Found Project, a volunteer organization; and photos by Lieko Shiga, which offer a hallucinatory take on the appearace of the disasters-affected region today. Photos of exhibition installation by E.M.G..

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5 May 2015

Above, left to right: Opening spread of article in May 2015 issue of Art & Antiques; artist Yoko Ono performing “Cut Piece” (1964) at Carnegie Recital Hall, New York, March 21, 1965; and Ono with the Gaston Lachaise sculpture “Standing Woman” (1932), in the garden of the Museum of Modern Art, NY, circa 1960-61. Both archival photographs by Minoru Niizuma, © Minoru Niizuma, courtesy Lenono Photo Archive, NY, and the Museum of Modern Art, NY.

For more about the staging of Ono’s “Museum of Modern (F)art” project many years ago and her new MoMA exhibition, see my Kay slay shade video porn containing this new article. (Give it some time to download. It’s a 14 MB file.)

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10 May 2015

 

1 May 2015

 

28 April 2015

Vienna’s great Kunsthistorisches Museum, deep behind the scenes

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21 March 2015

 

1 March 2015

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23 February 2015

In New York, Yoko Ono Lennon presents the 2015 Courage Awards for the Arts

Above, left to right, images from the dinner event in New York on Sunday evening, February 22, 2015, at which the artist Yoko Ono Lennon presented her 2015 Courage Awards for the Arts: The jazz saxophonist, composer and band leader Ornette Coleman and Ono; the artist with the art dealer and former museum director Jeffrey Deitch; and the Japanese avant-garde composer Toshi Ichiyanagi, who sent his acceptance speech via pre-recorded video clip from Tokyo. Coleman, Deitch, Ichiyanagi andJonas Mekas, the avant-garde filmmaker and co-founder of Anthology FIlm Archives in New York, were all recipients of this year's Courage Awards. Photos by E.M.G.

NEW YORK — There was another awards ceremony in the United States last night…

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1 February 2015

Above, left to right: The British-born sculptor GIllian Jagger in one of the barns on her property in the mid-Hudson Vallery, north of New York City, which serves as a studio. An artist who has worked in a wide range of media, Jagger created one of her most recent sculptures by using plastic-coated electrical wire. She based its form on that of a bucking bull, which she depicted in a mural-size drawing on paper after seeing in person and feeling deeply moved by prehistoric paintings on cave walls in southern France. Photos by E.M.G.

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24 January 2015

 

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15 January 2015

Above: Details of large-scale drawings made with ink on canvas by the Tokyo-based, Scottish artist Jack McLean and the artist himself, standing next to one of his works. Photos by E.M.G.

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13 January 2015

 

10 January 2015

Above, left to right: Michelle, 2013, 6 x 6 inches, made with old neckties, jewelry, guitar strings, guitar-string ball ends, buttons and thread; a detail of Dancing Barefoot, 2014, 48 x 48 inches, made with men’s shirts, women’s dresses, wedding dress hem, jewelry, blue jeans, neckties, guitar strings, needlework, damask tablecloth, negligee edging, interfacing, buttons, bone beads, pins, synthetic hair and thread; the artist Donna Sharrett at the opening of her exhibition in New York on January 8, 2015; and some of the artist's preparatory sketches, with which she develops ideas for her compositions. Photos: Courtesy of Pavel Zoubok Gallery; Margaret Fox; E.M.G. and E.M.G.

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3 January 2015

 

18 August 2014

   
Views of the current "'Magiciens de la Terre': Return to a Legendary Exhibition" exhibition at the Pompidou Center in Paris, in which big photos of the works that were presented in the original 1989 show cover the walls, and vitrines are filled with documents and background materials indicating how that innovative show's organizers carried out their research and decided which artists' works to include in it; cover of the original exhibition's catalog; and the Australian Stuart McArthur's Universal Corrective Map (1979), which reverses the usual cartographic positions of the Earth's northern and southern hemispheres. McArthur's map is on display in a vitrine in the current exhibition. It provided a major point of reference for the organizers of "Magiciens de la Terre," who sought to look at the world and its cultures in new, non-Eurocentric ways. Photos by E.M.G.  

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26 July 2014

   
Above, left to right: Various components from Emery Blagdon's larger, all hand-crafted "healing machine" creation, including a mixed-media, chandelier-shaped sculpture, an abstract painting on board and a box-like wire sculpture. First photo by Kelly Rush; photos in center and at right courtesy of Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York.  

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8 July 2014

 

10 July 2014

   
Above, left to right: One of the works from Akira Shimizu's Guidebook series of mixed-media collages, made with printed topographic maps of Japan, 1962-1972; Mesien, a mixed-media collage, 1999; Shunkou, a collage, 2011; and another work from Guidebook. Photos courtesy of the artist and Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York.  

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3 July 2014

Art in the streets: Its where you find it

Above, left to right: Clear-plastic trash bags, each one filled with shredded papers from offices, lying in a dumpster on West 20th Street in Manhattan in early July. Photos by E.M.G..  

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28 June 2014

Above, left to right: Logo of the current exhibition at the American Folk Art Museum in New York; David Cordier, Birth Record for Hana Oberholtzer, 1816, watercolor and ink on paper, 7 3/4 x 12 1/2 inches; uknown artist, Flag Gate, circa 1876, paint on wood, with iron and brass, 39 1/2 x 57 x 3 3/4 inches . Photos courtesy of American Folk Art Museum.  

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12 June 2014

Above: Unglazed, fired-clay sculptures made by the self-taught Japanese artist Kazumi Kamae, on view at Yukiko Koike Presents, in Tokyo. Photos courtesy of the gallery.  

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24 May 2014

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4 May 2014

   
Above, left to right: Dimitrije Bašičević (known as "Mangelos"), Paysage, 1951-1956, watercolor and ink over printed text on cream paper, 7.5 x 10.625 inches; Ilija (Bosilj) Bašičević, Noah's Ark, 1967, oil on wood, signed "Ilija," upper left, 31.875 x 48.25 inches; Mangelos, Pithagoras, 1951-1956, tempera on the centerfold from a book (ivory wove paper), inscribed "pilogora," lower left and "ser. d-5," lower right, 7.75 x 11.25 inches. Photos courtesy of Galerie St. Etienne.  

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3 May 2014

 

27 April 2014

 

 

 

25 April 2014

Sculptor John Crawford: The subtle monumentalist

   
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Above, left to right: The sculptor John Crawford at the opening of his current exhibition at Lori Bookstein Fine Art on April 24, 2014; Bifurcation—Arches (2013), forged steel; detail of Bifurcation—Arches; detail of a tall, free-standing work, Tower 1 (2006), forged steel, showing the triangularly shaped elements of which it is composed. Below: Interlock 3 (2014), forged steel. Photos by E.M.G.
 

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19 April 2014

Marzie Nejad self-taught artist Luise Ross Gallery

 

12 April 2014

Gene Mann Andrew Edlin Gallery abstract art

 

10 April 2014

 

23 March 2014

 

21 March 2014

Marcos Bontempo    
Untitled works on paper (2012), made with ink and/or acrylic paint, and sometimes with salt or iron oxide, by Marcos Bontempo. Photos: Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago.  

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25 February 2014

Above, left to right: Artist Yoko Ono presiding at the podium at the presentation of the 2014 Courage Awards for the Arts in New York this past Sunday, Feb. 24, 2014; Ono’s white top hat; performance artist Laurie Anderson, one of this year’s laureates, at the awards ceremony.. Photos by E.M.G.  

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14 January 2014

American Visionary Art Museum

 

 

11 December 2013

In Japan, a Scottish artist creates fantasy worlds (on some very large sheets of paper)

 

1 December 2013

Ati Maier’s complex compositions explore outer (and inner) space

 
Above, left to right: Paintings by the artist Ati Miaier, including Giant Dipper (2010) and Savvy (2010). Dimensions of both works: 53 inches x 94.5 inches. Materials used to make both paintings: Airbrush and ink on paper. Photos courtesy of Pierogi.  

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