One of my latest fascinations is how artists use rules -- constraints or systems -- in the process of making their art.
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There's an immediacy to works on paper. It shows the artist's hand more than other mediums, rendering the artist's soul more visible and their intent more clear.
Deb Sokolow's work at Western Exhibitions reminds me of reading comics as a kid. There's a pulpy quality to her narrative pieces. A story is revealed or dissected.
A cold night, but some good art on the horizon.
It's safe to say that the exhibits I've just previewed are superior to what I had to choose from a month ago.
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