Brute Realism: Leon Golub at the Brooklyn Museum of Art
By Daniel Baird
May 13 August 24, 2001
In the center of Leon Golubs searing 1982 painting, Interrogation III, is a woman with her eyes and mouth taped shut.
LEON GOLUB with Chris Martin
Its all over the place, struggles for survival, struggles for dominance. Its a power game, not just evil itself, its about control, irrationality, anxiety, and so on. In a hierarchy, or some form of governing body, its about how to maintain control over their far-flung interests, the prevailing power and who would have the most at stake in whats going on.
The Margins of William BlakeBy Phong Bui
When Swedenborgianism entered England, it found a comforting shelter within the family headed by one James Blake, a rather less than conventional shopkeeper.
Travelling at the Speed of Night: 65 mphBy Valerie Jaffe
Roads can no longer be identified solely with movement from one place to another.