Cornelia Schulz @ Patricia Sweetow “If anyone understands the hugely plastic and seductive physicality of paint, it is Cornelia Schulz,” wrote Julia Couzens.  “Troweled slags of cadmium yellow, puckered splots of minty green, and regressive planks of flat black collide, slip, slide, splat, and skid into the chunky-luscious concoctions that constitute Schulz’s new paintings. Where […]

By Charles Desmarais Updated 3:08 pm, Wednesday, January 10, 2018   In the galleries Many art galleries in San Francisco will open exhibitions this week and over the weekend. Here is a selection of exhibitions I have seen and recommend highly, followed by a list of shows I intend to see before they close. Admission is free […]

DECEMBER 18, 2017 IN ESSAYS & INTERVIEWS, MARKUS LINNENBRINK, NEWS BY MANON MARKUS LINNENBRINK Interview by Frédéric Caillard, November 2017   Can you tell us about the cuts, those thick layered paintings into which you literarily dig trenches? Yes, the cuts make up the latest body of work that I introduced in the last two years. They are similar to my drill pieces; it is […]

Posted on 29 November 2017. by Julia Couzens   If anyone understands the hugely plastic and seductive physicality of paint, it is Cornelia Schulz.  Troweled slags of cadmium yellow, puckered splots of minty green, and regressive planks of flat black collide, slip, slide, splat, and skid into the chunky-luscious concoctions that constitute Schulz’s new paintings […]

Finley and Noda: Imagination flourishes with small-scale artwork By Kimberly Chun   Published 7:31 pm, Wednesday, May 20, 2015          Small-scale realms — both natural and strange, avian and alien-like — unite two exhibits at Spun Smoke. One focuses on San Francisco artist Jeanne C. Finley’s video work “Protocol,” which captures the birth of […]

PULSE Miami Beach 2017 Ramekon O’Arwisters: Sculpture Markus Linnenbrink: Paintings Exhibition Dates: Thursday, December 7 – Sunday, December 10, 2017 Location: Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Patricia Sweetow Gallery is honored to debut the crocheted fabric sculptures of Ramekon O’Arwisters and the resin paintings of Markus Linnenbrink at PULSE MIAMI 2017, Thursday, December 7 – Sunday, […]

New Exhibits Open at Tarble Arts Center Nov 16, 2017 The Tarble Arts Center at Eastern Illinois University announces its exhibit openings on Nov. 18: Jiha Moon: “Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here,” “Living Room” and “In All Around I See.” Featured in the main gallery, Jiha Moon: “Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here” is […]

Paint on its own terms. Cornelia Schulz is a venerated abstract artist who taught at UC Davis for three decades, but you wouldn’t know her age from looking at her recent paintings. Sarcastically gloppy and garishly colorful, they are all brag and bluster — grand gesture, stunted by canvases less than a foot square. They […]