Friday, July 9, 2010

Infinite Donald Judd, the CalArts MFA Show, etc. [Collected]

Gallery for European Old Master paintings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Photo: 16 Miles [more]
  • Minimalism that stretches on forever. [, via Rhizome]

  • Six Chinatown galleries, one mysterious name: photographs from this year's brilliantly marketed CalArts MFA show, which I wish I was able to see. [TRYHARDER]

  • Artemisa Clark's review of the CalArts MFA show. [Modern Painters/Artinfo]

  • Speaking of great marketing, Michael Govan is hosting one-day-only shows in LACMA's new Resnick Pavilion. Catherine Wagley has penned a smart, moving essay on the first show, devoted to Walter De Maria's The 2,000 Sculpture. [Art21]

  • It is in your self-interest to find a way to be very tender. [Ms. Jen Bekman]

  • The greatest photograph of Steven Spielberg of all time. [Eyelevel]

  • Will Cotton, paintings, pastries, ladies. [Amy Goodwin]

  • Vintage Obrist: The Secret Files of Gilbert & George, 2000 [UBU via]

  • Let the record show that Holland Cotter ran — and wrote — the nine-gallery "Lush Life" gauntlet first. He even read Richard Price's book. [NYT]

  • My review of Justin Lowe's remarkably great show at the Wadsworth Atheneum. [Modern Painters/Artinfo]

  • Lowe's show is part of the Wadsworth's "MATRIX" contemporary-art program, which the museum has carefully and gloriously archived. [Wadsworth]

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