Monthly Archives: May 2013

Rushing with Ruscha

Ed Ruscha’s works on display in the Foster Gallery of The Rose Art Museum immediately make me think of a wild road trip on the United States’ West Coast. An inspiring drive from Portland, Oregon to Los Angeles, California. Ed … Continue reading

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On the Matter of Abstraction: A close looking of the Beshty exhibition

On the Matter of Abstraction (Figs. A & B), currently occupying the Upper and Lower Rose galleries in the Rose Art Museum, follows the divulging paths of artists whose artwork stood under the overarching term Abstract Art. According to artist … Continue reading

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Reflections on Beshty: Don’t break the glass…on purpose

At the Rose Museum Opening on February 13th, I looked for Walead Beshty. As the artist of Untitled, the glass panel installation and co-curator of the On the Matter of Abstraction figs. A & B exhibition currently on view, I … Continue reading

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