Breakthroughs in Light: The Work of Tony MartinBy Ellen Pearlman
Tony Martin has always been first with light. He is the inventor of the original light show, as well as interactive media and the first implementation of projected, scalable vector graphics.
Gerhard Richter: Forty Years of PaintingBy Daniel Baird
The Museum of Modern Art February 14 May 21, 2002
In Conversation with Robert C. MorganBy Joan Waltemath
It seems to me that we are in an era now where it is not enough to be from Zimbabwe, Nigeria, or Indonesia or Mongolia, but you have to somehow take what that culture is about, and your own experiences within that culture, and to make it palatable on the level of a kind of global system of exchange.
Notes on Albert Pinkham RyderBy Bill Jensen
Introduction A curator of a small university museum I met through an exhibit I curated two years ago in Greenpoint Brooklyn, Homage to Albert Pinkham Ryder, spoke often of expanding the project to greater significance.
In Conversation with Robert StorrBy Daniel Baird
Daniel Baird (Rail): One of the things that most surprised me about the Richter retrospective is its continuity and coherence, especially given the diversity of Richters practice.