Keith Tyson @ Blum and Poe (part II)


Keith Tyson
May 23 - June 27, 2009

(part I HERE)

Blum & Poe


Anonymous said...

this is worse than the other shit. what is with the venice beach huffer spraypaint abstraction.

Joe said...

Those nature paintings are beautiful up close. Maybe Tyson's work would be more interesting if the generative models are shown instead of the results? Or maybe the galleries that host Tyson don't give a $hit.

denada said...

Just saw this show and really enjoyed it. Thinking it is simply abstraction for abstraction's sake ("huffer spraypaint abstraction") misses the point entirely, as does the idea that the artist should reveal the models that inform the work...Why? (And the idea that there is any financial incentive not to is ludicrous.)

There is an entire room of complex representational works that are not shown in these pictures. It's a great show that, like most, you have to see in person to fully appreciate.

Unknown said...

I am not a water colorist. But I love visiting the Art Gallery. Its a treat to the eyes.