October 17th, 2011 by Dan Nadel
Just keepin’ you up to date here.
Gary Panter opened a show of phenomenal new work a couple weeks back. It’s at Fredericks & Freiser, NYC, and included paintings like the above two, which situate Gary’s emotionally charged figural juxtapositions in a vertigo-inducing landscape. Gary somehow manages to reference both hard-edged minimalism and his own “Western” past, with all the fraught masculine/feminine relationships that entails. Gary. Ruler.
Joe Bradley just did a show of prints like this at Frieze. Joe, like me, has a fondness for underground artists like George Hansen. This fucked up version of Mr. Natural is a pretty glorious distortion of the Crumb language — stretching it into JB’s territory and then pouncing on it.
This killer Bob Zoell painting is on view at an Overspray-derived show in Los Angeles. Bob, as usual, wins best-in-show. And no, me and Norman weren’t consulted. Note to prospective collaborators: When using images we retouched and text we wrote, it’s polite to ask first. End of note.
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Drawing & Painting
Beautiful catalog of Zoell's work $20.00
Graphic novel classic $24.95
Prints & Posters
Vintage Japanese Poster $200.00
Prints & Posters
May 4, 2011
<3 Gary Panter <3
January 6, 2011
To be totally fair, even though Jamie Reid’s situationist appropriation (DIRECT appropriation – with intent still intact) [...]