As the visitors entered the medium- sized room they looked up to see a large floating cloud. A closer look showed hundreds of circles apparently impressed upon the translucent white mass. Not simply meteorological, because of its rather biomorphic shape, the cloud occupied virtually the entire top third of the room, yet it didn’t oppress […]
Tara Donovan 11.25.08 AUTHOR: FRANCINE KOSLOW MILLER 10.10.08-01.04.09 The Institute of Contemporary Art / Boston The first museum survey of Tara Donovan’s sublime sculptures and installations, which are unexpected and ingenious assemblages of banal, everyday products––plastic and Styrofoam cups, wooden toothpicks, plastic drinking straws, paper plates, and Scotch tape—features sixteen works from 1996 to the […]
VCU Alumni Tara Donovan
Term used in the 20th century, in particular from the 1960s, to describe a style characterized by an impersonal austerity, plain geometric configurations and industrially processed materials. It was first used by David Burlyuk in the catalogue introduction for an exhibition of John Graham’s paintings at the Dudensing Gallery in New York in 1929. Burlyuk […]
Pace Gallery This gallery currently represents Tara Donovan.
Susie MacMurray’s Work Susie MacMurray is a London artist that also uses everyday objects to create unique works.