and other Monsters
do have meaning, but when writing about Modernism, Postmodernism,
and Remodernism, many are likely to become confused by the
plethora of definitions and theories regarding modern art.
The L.A. Stuckist group understands art theory as being
inseparable from art practice, but let's for a moment put
philosophy aside to examine some of today's art. Postmodernist
artists have provided us with astonishing examples of their
vision for a new art, here then is a very short list of
the type of art the L.A. Stuckist group is critical of."
the full article here
friends at the Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts Gallery in Beverly
Hills, California, have a new exhibit on view titled California
Modernism – Gallery Selections. The exhibition features
some of the Gallery's favorite artworks, including paintings
and sculpture by California’s foremost Modernists of the
1920s, 1930s and 1940s. The show runs until March 3, 2007.
Visit the Gallery online at,
use paint to describe our lives now."
all choose to be painters, but not as if rock & roll, television,
cars, cinema, jazz, and the whole 20th century never happened.
We’re saying, 'Let’s use paint to describe our lives now.'"
Terry Marks, New York Stuckist