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Odilon Redon: Prince of Dreams (1840–1916)

  • "Odilon Redon: Prince of Dreams (1840–1916)"

  • Grand Palais, Paris
  • Musée Fabre, Montpellier

Fig. 2. Odilon Redon, L’Oeil, comme un ballon bizarre se dirige vers l’infini (The Eye Like a Strange Balloon Mounts Toward Infinity) (1882), lithograph, 25.9 x 19.6 cm. Photo: ©Bibliothèque nationale de France.

"Odilon Redon: Prince du Rêve," the massive show at the Grand Palais, is at its heart a print exhibition. Despite the presence of some 170 paintings, pastels, and charcoal drawings, it is the one hundred or so prints here (most on loan from the Bibliothèque nationale) that dominate the proceedings. Read More

Nicola López: Structural Detours

  • "Nicola López: Structural Detours"

  • Pace Prints (Chelsea), New York
Nicola López churns rigid industrial forms into swirling organic masses in her recent monoprints on view at Pace Prints. Chain link fence, thick cords of rope, spools of razor wire, ribbed tubing, and steel girders that resemble the bones of a well-built bridge appear thoroughly entangled as if engaged in a complex dance or a carefully choreographed brawl. Read More