By Barbara A. MacAdam
SEPT 2023 | ArtSeen
James Brooks was, above all, a man of his timesthat is, his various times. The exhibition at the Parrish makes evident what many knew Brooks to be: a very fine painter, attentive to his position in contemporary art history, to his influences and peers, to his surrounding landscapes, to society, and to history.
By Charlotte Kent and Nancy Baker Cahill
SEPT 2023 | Art and Technology
On August 16, Mitchell F. Chan launched a wry and ambitious work that used baseball as a vector through which we might better understand the statistical presumptions of our datafied existence. The incisive socio-political and economic critique wrapped in the trojan horse of gamelands choose your own adventure makes The Boys of Summer a revelatory experience.