Tag: Unstretched

Solo Shows

Lauren Luloff: Absorbed into color

Contributed by Erin Yerby / Lauren Luloffs semi-transparent panels of silk, in their very stillness, betray a slight flutter of movement like a winged creature that flits from one form to the next. These windowed-openings onto swaths of spiraling color, seem to approach what Walter Benjamin described as the childs […]

Museum Exhibitions

Eric N. Mack and Vivian Suter: How to fill a space

By Kristen Clevenson / Eric N. Mack‘s exhibition “Lemme walk across the room“ at the Brooklyn Museum and Vivian Suter�s eponymous show at Gladstone Gallery are ostensibly similar. Both artists have completely transformed white cube spaces with thoughtfully hung, colorful, unstretched artworks. Mack�s installation, both commanding and purposeful, remains an assembly of individual […]