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Part I of this conversation can be found here.
Max Razdow is a practicing artist based in NYC.
LM: The symbols you work through function in a similar way, often recurring in a number of drawings in the series with slightly varied connotations. Are there any symbols you feel particularly strongly about? … Continue reading »
Sarah Charlesworth: Available Light
March 8-April 14, 2012
Susan Inglett Gallery
522 West 24th Street
New York, New York
Prisms and other optical instruments perform an illuminated duet with simple, household items in Charlesworth’s studio. The images in Available Light are illusory hijinks, manipulating reflections to obscure object and pattern. Classic compositions with water in a bowl or a single candlestick stir thoughts of Man Ray’s still lifes or … Continue reading »
Lebbeus Woods: Early Drawings
February 24-April 7, 2012
515 West 26th Street
New York, New York
This exhibition presents the intricate early drawings, predominantly from the 1980s, of Lebbeus Woods’s utopias. His architectural drawings place the structures within a breathing world with an emphasis on their social and political utilities. Whether he is investigating how architecture can transform social hierarchy through his A-City projects or reinventing hubs … Continue reading »