By Fraser Brough
MAR 2020 | ArtSeen
Here, bodies luxuriate, gorge, writhe, and eat themselves, squirting, smoking, kissing, suffering, even sculpting their own dismembered legs. The great plethora of bodily experience is imagined in all of its infinities, the expressive potential of the human figure as boundless as the ways of painting it.
NOV 2019 | Art
A major figure in African-American art, Melvin Edwards (b. 1937) started as a sculptor in the early 1960s in Los Angeles before moving to New York in 1967. Known for the welded steel Lynch Fragments, an ongoing series that he started in 1963, Edwardss work addresses his personal or historical experiences.