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Oppositions in the Work of Albert Lichten

By Stephen Glass The overriding quotient of vitality in the paintings by Albert Lichten stems from authoritative capacity to infuse each painterly effort with a breakdown of figure-ground relationships. There ...

Egon Schiele’s God of Desire

Hyperallergic  — In the first room of what is billed as Egon Schiele: The Jubilee Show at the Leopold Museum, there is a large painting called “The Hermits” (1912), in which two life-size, dark-robed men, one u...

Paintings by Miro Frei

By Stephen Glass In his recent exhibition at Artifact a Swiss artist Miro Frei displayed work which is both delicate and bold. His medium-size oil, pastel and acrylic paintings on paper and canvas not only rec...