Milk Like Sugar @ ArtsWest

by Joseph A. Hazani March 7, 2017

http://www.artswest.org/ Milk Like Sugar is a tour de force critique of the modern welfare state. It was vital for the reality of the creation of a permanent underworld of American society to be made tactile to an audience so far removed from the consideration of being impregnated for cash money from the sugar daddy Uncle Sam. Arguments, such as those found in ­­____ were taken inimically....

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SUE DANIELSON

by Joseph A. Hazani March 5, 2017

https://www.bridge.productions/sue-danielson.html   Sue Danielson continues this recrudescence of Abstract Expressionism from the mid century in eliminating any preconceived notions of what an emotional image should feel like. Most prominently, she is not content with the mere play of the elements of a composition, and terrifically so, for she reduces a visual art to its bare necessity....

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Patrick McGrath Muñiz @ Krab Jab Studio

by Joseph A. Hazani March 5, 2017

https://krabjabstudio.com/shop/patrick-mcgrath-muniz/   Mr. Muniz does a terrific job of providing a fully encompassed swipe, if not coy jab, at American consumerism by treating it in a satirically sacramental manner. Indeed, the lust for the almighty profit, which drives the levers of the multinational mass consumer conglomerate (and the most iconic of these organizations are front and....

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