Dear Readers: Aeqai offers several exciting exhibitions and columns for your interest.Especially important are two career retrospectives This month, Sue Spaid takes us to the MOCA Exhibition of the monumental career of Simone Forti, highlighting her cutting edge concepts and contributions on many fronts.Jon Kamholtz walks us through Stewart Goldman: Cross Currents, a five decade […]
If ever there was a “missing link” between happenings, contemporary dance, experimental theater, and even “art and technology,” it is Simone Forti. No doubt, her recent career survey, organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, secured her spot in art history.
Over the decades, Goldman has explored the painted element, as a means to converse with Rubens and Poussin, to carry forward the dance with Matisse and in many ways, broaden our contemporary experience with paint. Cross Currents is the triumph of a painter’s vision.
From colorfields rooted in his landscapes of Australia, refined through the lens of Abstract Expressionism, Robert JM Morris has reached into the Sublime to capture the raw emotions of the stages of grief through the Stations of the Cross, at the the Oratory Gallery in Loveland through May 7.
What Still Life and a Portrait have in common through looking at Claesz, Picasso, Peale and Felix Torres-Gonzales.
Tracy Casagrande Clancy strives to spark awareness of the inescapable interconnectedness of all that is.