Monthly Archives: July 2011

Blog Review: The Glaze

Bret Schneider The Glaze, like many art blogs that have gained rapid popularity in the past five years, features new art in an objective visual format, almost polemically unadorned by text, theory, criticism or any explicit accompanying ideas. It lacks

Blog Review: The Glaze

Bret Schneider The Glaze, like many art blogs that have gained rapid popularity in the past five years, features new art in an objective visual format, almost polemically unadorned by text, theory, criticism or any explicit accompanying ideas. It lacks

Review: Donald Judd at David Zwirner

Pac Pobric Donald Judd’s major ambition was to inherit the legacy of Jackson Pollock.  The former’s recent show at David Zwirner certainly makes this apparent. The works in the exhibit are open box forms made of anodized aluminum that sit

Review: Donald Judd at David Zwirner

Pac Pobric Donald Judd’s major ambition was to inherit the legacy of Jackson Pollock.  The former’s recent show at David Zwirner certainly makes this apparent. The works in the exhibit are open box forms made of anodized aluminum that sit