dinsdag 1 december 2009

Tucker Nichols




Can art be as easy as Tucker Nichols makes it look?
Maybe, in his hands. But bear in mind when you see his enjoyable show at Gallery 16 how much he benefits by historical circumstances not made by him and not evident in the exhibition.
A long line of self-effacing, even self-abasing art gestures stretches from early Dada days through Fluxus to the contemporary prizing of the slight and ephemeral above the grand statement and heroic artistic ego. Nichols finds himself working close to the spearhead of this progression.
source:
San Francisco Chronicle

The Rumpus Interview with Tucker Nichols

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