Parreno at CCS Bard.
Year in Review 2010
Best of 2010
Bard Galleries at Bard College
Visitors watched Parreno’s beguiling videos while lounging
on red carpeted floors.
Exactly the kind of installation art that looks amazing in
vast industrial spaces.
Seeing Ourselves: Masterpieces of American Photography
from George Eastman House Collection
York State Museum
An exhibition addressing the impact of photography on the
nation over the past 150 years from this important archive
of American photography just 225 miles west of us.
Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and art Gallery
Because ordinary consciousness is overrated.
Art Museum, University at Albany
For those of us who remember those late-night sounds of pounding
out research papers on manual typewriters, it’s a gift to
see that visual artists are still inspired by these dinosaurs.
Defunct technology seems to be a running theme here, but fortunately
this one is still limping along.
The Imaged Word
International Airport Gallery
Because the physical book is also hanging in there and because
the inside of Aaron T. Stephan’s Building Bridges is
the perfect place to curl up with a real one while waiting
on that delayed flight.
Gallery, Union College
The handmade is making somewhat of a comback amid a DIY culture,
and these artists show a diversity of styles and themes.
Picasso Looks at Degas
and Francine Clark Art Institue
The Clark Art Institute is the whole package—great setting,
great art, great programs, great fellowships—and it was the
only American venue for this show.
Dancing on the Ceiling: Art & Zero Gravity
Ground control to Major Tom.