By Penny Arcade
DEC 19-JAN 20 | In Memoriam
On October 11th 2019 the pioneering poet, painter and artistic entrepreneur left his body at 222 Bowery, the Queen Anne Romanesque Revival style building built in 1880 as the first YMCA in New York. Giorno lived there since 1962, spread out over three lofts in this building, which was once honeycombed with the studios of countless artists including Mark Rothko and Ferdinand Leger
By Robert R. Shane
JUNE 2019 | ArtSeen
The question one asks while experiencing Diana Copperwhites new paintings is: When are they happening? As the exhibition title, The Clock Struck Between Time suggests, the artwork places us in an ambiguous temporal space, drifting from the present moment into a memory still struggling to take form.