Saturday Flash Back:
Brie Ruais, Oscar Murillo, John Giorno
MOVEMENT IN THREE PARTS
DON’T MISS OUT on this limited edition catalogue featuring ceramic sculptures by Brie Ruais and a conversation with Sarah Sze!
[Published in conjunction with the exhibition BRIE RUAIS: XO, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, 511 W 25th Street, Room 502, New York, NY]
The Frieze Art Fair kicked off May 10th, forcing many a New Yorker onto ferries bound for Randall’s Island. The quality and quantity of work was almost overwhelming to take in over the course of the day, but we really thought this piece by artist Billy Sullivan stood out. Having painted since the ’60s, Sullivan’s work has often focused on the colorful and flashy characters of the art, fashion, and entertainment worlds. By employing bright colors in his paintings, Sullivan makes sure to “gild the lily,” so to speak.
(Image courtesy of Frieze. Text by Jenny Bahn)
this is pretty neat
It may not be great weather, but I hope you’ve made plans to stop by the gallery from 6-8 to come see Ben Durham and Robert Beatty perform Heather (dictated text)!
Coat of Many Colours #2, 2012
240 x 180 centimeters