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Eric Fischl Featured in Newcity

November 12, 2014 - Mark Pohlad

A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpuf

 

A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpuf A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpuf A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpuf A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpufhttp://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/
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Dana Louise Kirkpatrick’s “Zugzwang” at KM Fine Arts in Los Angeles

November 7, 2014 - Emory Lopiccolo

Dana Louise Kirkpatrick’s latest show at KM Fine Arts, which opens this Saturdayin Los Angeles, attempts to tell the stories often left unheard: stories of the marginalized and voiceless.

http://whitewallmag.com/art/dana-louise-kirkpatricks-zugzwang-at-km-fine-arts-in-los-angeles


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Following a Move to L.A., the World of Victor Matthews Gets a Bit Brighter

October 25, 2014 - Maxwell Williams - Artsy

For nearly 30 years, Brooklyn-born artist Victor Matthewshas filled his canvases with semi-abstract cityscapes and signifiers of the New York boroughs in which he made his career. A recent move to Los Angeles is evident in his most recent work, which is on view at KM Fine Arts in West Hollywood. For his first solo exhibition in L.A., “bright… brighter… brightest,” Matthews maintains the white hieroglyph-style geometric motif that has filled his work since the 1980s, but the California sky seems to have seeped into the background. Instead of white paint on unprimed taupe canvases, several of the works are painted over colorful gradient backdrops that echo the sunrise and sunset of Los Angeles.


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Bernie Taupin In Art + Auction

October 2, 2014 - Art + Auction

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