Tag Archives: installation art

Strange Pilgrims

On any given day, hundreds and if not thousands of visitors climb the steps to enter the nave of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Among the worshippers this summer is a strange flock descended like figures of the Antichrist poised to engender fear while others like fallen angels plead for forgiveness through glistening eyes… [Read More…]

Nayda Collazo-Llorens: An Exercise in Numbness & Other Tales

An Exercise in Numbness & Other Tales, exhibited last fall at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Western Michigan University, was Nayda Collazo-Llorens’ largest solo exhibition to date. It included Unfolding the Triangle: Lake Michigan as the 3rd and final installation that maps where the artist has lived and worked – New York, Pittsburgh, and now… [Read More…]

In Sight/In Mind: Yevgeniy Fiks

Yevgeniy Fiks‘s 3rd solo exhibition at Winkleman Gallery – Homosexuality Is Stalin’s Atom Bomb to Destroy America – derives its title from a 1953 article by Cold War pundit Arthur Guy Mathews. There is no mistaking the homophobic intent of Matthews’s remarks, nor Fiks’s irony by layering images of the first Soviet atom bomb tests with Cold War rhetoric… [Read More…]