A member of the legendary Cahiers quintet, Jacques Rivette was a critic before a filmmaker. Reading his early criticism, though, it’s clear he thought in images from the start, even in words, emphasizing closed complex circuits of mise-en-scene, the better to form meaning. However, he trains one ey
Muelle was a trademark signature and design by Juan Carlos Argüello, Spanish graffiti pioneer (circa 1966-1995).
Around 1980, during the Madrilene cultural Movida, Argüello started reproducing the logo he had designed in walls and public spaces of Madrid. It consisted of the word Muelle (Spanish
"Painting is a physical thinking process to continue an interior dialogue,' Amy Sillman states, 'one way to engage in a kind of internal discourse, or sublanguage-mumbling.' Amy Sillman's canvases offer glimpses into a subliminal world. Strangely intimate, her abstractions capture the free-flow of ha
My work is based on memories of real and imagined landscapes that are precarious yet beautiful. By playing with scale, line, imagery, and diverse materials, I create drawings, paintings and large-scale installations that map out and emphasize the subtle and quirky topologies of urban spaces: they are