Twitter Reviews – May-June 2010
June 27, 2010 at 4:33 PM
Made a quickie trip to Bergamot on the way to the @GettyMuseum last week. Just now getting around to reviews.
3:56 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Tim Bavington @MMooreGallery (****) Sweet. Love diagonals but kinda wish the canvases were actually parallelograms. #artLA
3:57 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Tim Bavington @MMooreGallery Fuzzy album covers have that Uta Barth-like velvety cozy feeling of familiarity. #artLA
3:58 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Ed Moses @ Greenfield Sacks/Frank Lloyd (**) Luv ya, Ed, but the screaming heads are sooo tacky. Didn’t we just see these? #artLA
4:01 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Audra Weaser @ Ruth Bachofner (***) Moss, willows & water ripples just appear from mere paint layering and sanding. Cool & breezy. #artLA
4:10 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Robert Zakanitch @ Samuel Freeman (***) Florals & arabesques w/ Mexican folk art vibe. Festive like crepe paper flowers & bark paintings.
6:12 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Andrew Sendor @ Richard Heller (****) Odd juxtaposition of disparate eras & the prevalent display pedestals make me feel like I’m leering.
8:10 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Mike Kelley & Michael Smith: Voyage of Growth & Discovery (***) Videos descend into the circus of YouTube world but sculptures rock. #artLA
9:07 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Mike Kelley & Michael Smith, A Voyage of Growth and Discovery http://twitpic.com/1rfj4s
9:14 PM May 26th via Twitpic
Mike Kelley’s VW minivan with a stuffed animal throne inside. #artLA http://twitpic.com/1rfktb
9:20 PM May 26th via Twitpic
Mike Kelley, detail of a rocket-shaped jungle gym with a string of plush characters. http://twitpic.com/1rfm02
9:25 PM May 26th via Twitpic
Kelley/Smith: The videos just don’t have the emotive impact that jungle gyms, stuffed animals and afghans do. #artLA
9:33 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Kelley/Smith: There’s a difference between rekindling childhood emotions and adults mimicking infantile behavior. #artLA
9:35 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
BTW trying to play down not having a real venue w/ PR doublespeak about making the private public just doesn’t fly–hey, it’s a studio party.
9:42 PM May 26th via TweetDeck
Set Theory: Roland Reiss @torranceArt (*****) Masterful miniatures + brand new florals + some friends. Tight show. Good job Max. #artLA
7:35 PM Jun 5th via TweetDeck
Entry filed under: Galleries, Museums, Reviews. Tags: Andrew Sendor, Audra Weaser, Ed Moses, Frank Lloyd Gallery, Greenfield Sacks Gallery, Mark Moore Gallery, Michael Smith, Mike Kelley, Richard Heller Gallery, Robert Zakanitch, Roland Reiss, Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Samuel Freeman Gallery, Tim Bavington, Torrance Art Museum.