By Norman L Kleeblatt
APRIL 2022 | ArtSeen
Elaine Reichek scavenges among sources from literature, history, mythology, and art, fabricating images and texts she transforms into textiles. Trained as a painter by avant-garde, intellectually rigorous icons, notably Ad Reinhardt, her career has been defined by her strategic use of the textile mediuma feminist, postmodern strategy.
By Mark Bloch
APRIL 2021 | ArtSeen
In their first solo presentation in New York in over 40 years, the Boyle Familys earthprobes are disorienting re-creations of randomly selected areas of the earths surface, made from resin, fiberglass, and found materials, that combine Robert Smithsons earthiest visions with the uncanny eeriness of a Duane Hanson clone.