Tag Archives: Mel Bochner

Mel Bochner: Ordered Chaos

On the 5th floor of 10 Newbury, high above the bustle of Boston’s Back Bay street level galleries, Barbara Krakow has been holding court since 1983. A visit to the legendary space is always an adventure, one that begins with … Continue reading

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Art New England: November/December

This fall, I had the pleasure of reviewing Mel Bochner at Barbara Krakow and writing a spotlight feature (swanky name for a longer review) of SMFA’s out of bounds exhibition at the Rockport Art Association. out of bounds showcased the work of 18 faculty and … Continue reading

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Things Only Last As Long As They Can Be Misused

HANS ULRICH OBRIST: How much control does the artist have in the interpretation of his work? MEL BOCHNER: A little bit in the beginning, but eventually you have to give up control of the interpretation of your work. It seems … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-Up for October 28th, 2011

Things that go bump in the night.. patience persistence process x baldessari x liminality x dat, dat, dat, dah

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