Archive for October, 2011


Albert Oehlen: Painting on the Move at Corbett vs. Dempsey in Chicago until December 3, 2011.





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13.7 on Richard Serra

NPR’s 13.7 blog writes about Richard Serra at Gagosian.

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A link or two…

A couple of new painting blogs that I’m enjoying:

Paint Tube (that’s a Gerhardt Richter, above, they posted over the summer)

But Does It Float pairs images of paintings with quotes from artists and writers.

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Susanne Kuhn, “Regina arbeitet”, 2009, part of The Big Reveal at the Kemper Museum of Art.  For those with time and inclination, can keep their eye on the Kemper’s ARTcasts, it’s been said that Kuhn’s talk at the museum will be posted eventually.

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Ryan and Trevor Oakes, “Have No Narrow Perspectives (Bean)” from The Chicago Series, 2008, pen on archival paper, 20″ x 21″ x 10″

There’s a great conversation with Lawrence Weschler in this month’s Brooklyn Rail.  Topics covered include identical twins discussing advanced phenomenology, Vermeer in Bosnia and the uncanny valley.

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Peter Blume, “The Rock”, 1944-48, oil on canvas, 57  5/8″ x 74 3/8″ from the collection of the Museum of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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