Friday, October 29, 2010

Lucille Ball and Orson Welles

“Works proceed unpredictably to their completed state, leaving figures fixed in visual moments throughout the psychological and material experience of committing them to canvas; these are interrupted always by a ‘hysteric whimsy’ that productively fails to seize Wulff’s mannered subjects in a uniformity that might be recognizable to the self-identifying techniques routinely unquestioned by contemporary culture.”

ABB source: Sam Pulitzer reviewing Katharina Wulff @ Greene Naftali Gallery, artforum.com

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