Subway Drawing: Guno Park, Animation, and the LineBy Adam Beal
People let their guard down on subways the way they do in the back seat of cars or on long flights. The constant motion soothes them to sleep, open mouthed, body heavy, slumped into a posture perfect for an artist like Guno Park, who after 10 years in New York, has developed a talent for spotting subway slumberers.
By Adam Beal
In Plain Sight
What life events could have caused an artist like Pagliuso to move from photographing Hollywood actors and directors to Malian ruins and fowl? And if the subjects spanning her fifty-year career are so different, why does the exhibition have such uniformity in color, tone, and style?
BARB SMITH: CupBy Adam Beal
When a new experience affects your established perception of an object, it is called apperception.
Place for Continuous Eye Contact (8): A Test-Drive with MindfulnessBy Adam Beal
Eyes are at once revealing and removing. They can draw us into others or help us see ourselves as an other. But when suspended in multicolored, dimensionless fabric, as Anspach has discovered, they have the power to do both.
Fragmenticos: Memories of Colombia.By Adam Beal
When Colombian Security Forces shot down Pablo Escobar on the rooftops of his Medellín compound, Brooklyn-based artists Esteban Ocampo Giraldo was also in Medellín. He was five.