Critical dialogue for Nebraska's contemporary visual arts
Rock-paper-scissors is a zero-sum game: each winning gesture guarantees a loss for its opponent.
These are precarious times. Let’s make precarious work.
Weiss demonstrates genuine command of what might be called the cinematographic demands of a painterly realism that still seeks to create a semblance of the fully experienced world.
If this kind of wacko fear-mongering is part of the new American norm, I think the best thing art can do is spook us out of this existence.
I’m a proud Black Woman, And I’m Going to be Hard to Ignore” These are the bold words of the late Wanda Ewing draping the walls of the recent exhibition at the Love’s Jazz and Arts Center.
Although beautiful, skillfully composed, and aesthetically satisfying, the exhibition goes beyond the shallowness of profane ‘art object’ designed for collecting. “Indian Time” resonants a sacrosanct tonality.