Wolfgang Tillmans’s photograph after party (2002) shows a vacated studio, seen through mirrors resting against a wall. Daylight pours in. Its gray floor is blackened with last night’s footprints. Around the edges of the image,
On a recent visit to Tala Madani’s spacious studio in Los Angeles, a small, unfinished painting caught my eye. In it, a child totters sweetly in its crib, proffering an object that looks like an abnormally large bird skull to a fat,
BEATRIX RUF At Simon Lee Gallery in London you are currently showing a group of paintings inspired by the recent “revival” of the first museum retrospective of Picasso’s work at Kunsthaus Zürich, which was mounted
CATHERINE WOOD You once said that you felt Picasso wanted to see the arse, tits and vulva of the female nude spread out on one plane of vision.
JOHN CURRIN My point was that Cubism was not about a scientific
Every painting — every good painting, at least — is a problem. This problem can come in all shapes and sizes: a problem with the world, a problem with painting, a problem with one’s self. Whether it’s the curious vibrational
CRISTINA TRAVAGLINI You are set to curate a group show, tellingly entitled “Painter Painter” and featuring new works by 15 artists, that will be open at Walker Art Center next February. The exhibition focuses on the studio as