Tag: Dominique Nahas


Bill Weiss go round

Bill Weiss, “untitled #36,” 2009, acrylic, oil stick and board on canvas 36 x 60″ Back in 1998 Dominique Nahas wrote that Weiss’s paintings have a ramshackle physicality that strikes us with their sense of urgent immediacy. “These paintings work on you as slowly and surely as the wind, the […]


Honesty in art criticism at Brandeis

“Empires and Environments,” curated by Dominique Nahas and Margaret Evangeline. Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. Through April 13. Critic Dominique Nahas, who wrote an excellent essay for one of my exhibition catalogues, and artist Margaret Evangeline selected work from the Rose Museum’s permanent collection. Student reporter Rachel […]