Erin Louise Gould at NO LAND

The following article was originally published in Artforum in March 2020.  Erin Louise Gould’s exhibition “All That I Have” presents three rooms of the artist’s studies of the Kentucky coffeetree, suggesting her affinity for, or perhaps metabolization of, her subject. These poem-like works include… +

Channeling the Nuances of Motherhood Into Art

This article was originally published by Hyperallergic in April 2020.  LAS CRUCES, NM — The inaugural exhibition at the University Art Museum at New Mexico State University focuses on motherhood in contemporary art and the curious nuances of labor — labor in birth, labor… +

Jacquelyn Royal: Form & Concept Gallery

Jacquelyn Royal, “Tokyo 1” (detail), 2009, needlepoint, thread on canvas, 15 x 18”

The following review appeared in Visual Art Source in April 2020. Jacquelyn Royal’s landscape needlepoints, titled “The New Police,” center on graffiti in order to explore the authenticity of mark making and the record it leaves. Comprised of stitched panels between 15 by 18… +