To find Kenny Scharf’s studio in Los Angeles, take the alley near the corner of West Adams Boulevard and Sycamore Street. A couple of units in is a garage with children’s plastic toys—tricycles, big wheel racers, a vanity, a stove, a rocking horse–sitting along the perimeter of the rooftop.
Margery Amdur is a Philadelphia-based artist and educator, working in a variety of mediums. While her most recent work involves the use of cosmetic sponges, the work that she did between 2008-2012 was primarily collage-based.
Editor’s Letter Fall 2014
In the 20th century, happenings, artists’ co-ops, galleries, not-for-profits and art periodicals, contributed to the necessary discourse on the landscape of contemporary art. In the 21st century, the contemporary art dialog is currently dominated by flippers and wealthy, elderly, out of touch men and women who stroll through artist studios, galleries, and art fairs like […]
In the past year or two, the hegemony of New York art tastemakers has come under increasing skepticism from artists who, until now, had largely accepted the gospel of stylistic innovation. It was first from Clement Greenberg, the champion of pure modernist abstraction and then from the postmodernist/conceptual counterrevolution (partially led by former Greenberg […]