Posts Tagged ‘drawing’

Wayne Thiebaud’s “Clowns”: exhibition tour

Last month, the Laguna Art Museum recorded my tour of Wayne Thiebaud’s “Clowns.” This exhibition includes over forty items that compose the painter’s latest circus-themed body of work. The show has been installed at the museum since early December 2020, but is yet to be opened to to public due to Covid-19 restrictions. In this […]

The New Criterion article on Wayne Thiebaud’s Clown series

Wayne Thiebaud is about to reveal his most recent body of work: a selection of paintings and drawings from the new clown series will be on view starting December 8th at the Paul Thiebaud Gallery in San Francisco. In conjunction with the exhibition, The New Criterion just published a new article I wrote on the evolution […]

Isabel Nolan at Gallery Side 2

Installation view with A Small Place Among Visible Things, 2010, polyethylene, jesmonite, paint, MDF, 23.5 x 31 x 25 cm Isabel Nolan’s Tokyo debut exhibition “clocks and seasons and promises” presents a selection of her recent watercolors, drawings and small-scale sculptures. The  works show Nolan’s versatility with different media: shapes that appear in the watercolors […]