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Mel Bochner’s “Voices”

PETER FREEMAN INC., New York

View of Mel Bochner’s “Voices,” Peter Freeman, Inc., New York, 2017.
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Kim Levin

At a moment when all kinds of anxieties can be tweaked by a tweeting president, Mel Bochner—a highly respected first-generation Conceptualist—has found his voice. Or perhaps I should say, these uneasy times have caught up with Bochner’s word-based art of language and ideas. Other founding Conceptualists of the late 1960s— Robert... continue reading
Helen Mirra’s “Waulked”

PETER FREEMAN INC., New York

View of Helen Mirra’s “Waulked,” Peter Freeman, Inc., New York, 2014.
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Media Farzin

The wool of a black sheep, I was surprised to learn, isn’t black at all—it comes in numerous subtle variations of dark brown. Helen Mirra’s recent exhibition “Waulked,” offers several such lessons; seemingly random observations about organic materials, traditional crafts, and what could be called “more grounded” ways of being... continue reading

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