One of the first art books I bought as an art student was H.H. Arnasons handsome volume on Robert Motherwell. (Ive always admired Motherwells keen graphic sensibility synthesized with his particular painterly eloquence, as well as his life as an intellectual/artist who simultaneously embraced the co-existence of solitude and cosmopolitanism.) The following is a selection of works that reaffirmed my memory, with on-the-spot thoughts written as an homage to the artist.
What sets an arts space apart is its ability to be a part of art embracing process in front and behind the event of art making.
Benjamin Keating: Born Brooklyn NY Works Brooklyn/Jersey City.