Monthly Archives: December 2016

CRITIC’s PICK: Jeffrey Vallance Drawings at Edward Cello Art & Architecture

Huffingtnn Post, December 29, 2016. A review of Jeffrey Vallance’s energy-charged drawings using an automatist technique. Vallance creates a shifting phatasmagoria out of a dream like medley of disparate images which blur the line between the real and the imaginary.   Link:       Link:...
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Betye Saar: A Living Legend’s Survey at Roberts & Tilton

Huffington Post, December 14, 2016. A review of a living legend  who captures the elan of the times in meticulously hand-crafted assemblages made from found objects,  that address racial and feminist issues. This 90 year old African American artist still makes works as relevant today as they were when she built her reputation seven decades ago....
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CRITIC’S PICK: The Power of Intimacy in Enoc Perez’ and Carlos Rolon/Dzine’s collaboration at Chimento Contemporary

Huffington Post December 9, 2016. A  review of the shared aesthetic sensibility of two Puerto Rican artists who explore the fragility of the immigrant dream in small collaborative works that pack an emotional punch. In this small exhibition of six  Vermeeer-size paintings by Perez, with hand crafted frames by Rodon , they go against the...
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