Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Past: Jacqueline Humphries at Carnegie Museum of Art

"The thin distinction of Humphries from the song and dance of all those other silver abstractionists is that the well worn jazz hands of "expression" aren't, for Humphries, totally choreographed yet by Dr. Frankenstein. While the corpse may have its fluids replaced in technicolor, paraded around in chromes and newfangled chemiluminescence, it's the activation of this new deployment of means, materials, not just silver paint but making the silver paint shine like candied yams."


Click for full: Jacqueline Humphries at Carnegie Museum of Art