1 year ago
Moira Dryer's Not Titled (1989) is a looming, 7-foot-tall board of plywood that, despite its height, feels intimate, charming, and almost fragile. Curving over at the top, like the tip of a sled, the bark-thin wood is painted blue and dotted with ...
2 years ago
"Drawing," Dorothea Rockburne says in an interview installed at the front of her Museum of Modern Art exhibition, "is the bones of thought." And indeed, "bones," with its dual structural and material connotations, is a good starting point for this...