Thursday, April 10, 2008

The Form/Space Atelier has a new show opening tomorrow, April 11. The show is titled "An Exhibit Of Robert Storr's Autograph And Other Work," and marks the 100th show curated by Paul Pauper in his nomadic gallery. I've written before about Paul's passion and his well developed aesthetic, and this group show really demonstrates his formidable strength in assembling artists from every discipline making work in every corner of the country.

Robert Storr, of the title, was Curator of Painting and Sculpture at New York's Museum of Modern Art from 1990 to 2002, and is currently the Dean of the Yale School of Art. He is widely considered to be one of the most influential people working in the field of art. The show does indeed feature a rare and precious autograph from Storr, as well as sculpture by John Hawkley, photographs by Dan Hawkins, and paintings by Stacey Chappell.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Josh, you're the greatest. Liza's post below puts all this lofty art stuff in perspective- we're just decadent americans at the end of the day. Well, not so decadent as most...