June 29, 2007
Art in the American Outback: News RoundupJennifer A. Smith
Arts writer Bill Van Siclen reviews the exhibition "Pulp Function" at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Mass. Writes Van Siclen: "[T]he show's real star is paper itself. Indeed, it's hard to think of another material -- including art-world staples such as canvas, stone and wood -- that crosses so many artistic boundaries so effortlessly."
(Thanks to Bill Van Siclen of the Providence Journal [Rhode Island])
Ken Ross previews Mikhail Baryshnikov's upcoming appearance in Hartford.
(Thanks to Ken Ross of the Springfield Union-News & Sunday Republican [Mass.])
Edward L. Loper, Sr., is 91 and still artistically active--making him a less-recognized contemporary of Andrew Wyeth. Christopher Yasiejko examines a current exhibition of Loper's work.
(Thanks to Christopher Yasiejko of the the Wilmington News Journal [Delaware])
Posted by Jennifer A. Smith at June 29, 2007 6:00 AM