Category Archives: Living Arrangements

Congratulations to Julie Green!

Last week, the Joan Mitchell Foundation (New York, NY) announced their yearly Painters and Sculptors Fellows, and PLUG artist Julie Green is a recipient.  Julie’s video and plates from her “Last Supper” Series were included in our inaugural exhibition “Living … Continue reading

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Not a home

I found this online and thought it was a nice ending to our home/domesticity series of blog posts.  This post was found on www.thisiscolossal.com. In 2005 Art League Houston had two decaying studio houses that were soon to be replaced by … Continue reading

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Red Time

Betye Saar Red Time Roberts & Tilton September 10 – December 17, 2011   Seminal L.A. artist Betye Saar’s site-specific installation at Roberts & Tilton is a blend of objects that are found, created, borrowed and recycled. The installation, which … Continue reading

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Studio Visit with Tom Gregg

Tom’s work is painted from direct observation and seems to have a strong awareness of Modernist color fields that always support the objects he is painting.  He is interested in the dialogue that is created by the interaction of these … Continue reading

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Yanda House & Cellophane Rain

Did you know Kansas City is peppered with unique and visionary modern domestic dwellings? One fortuitous night, we took the long way home. In the narrow, meandering lanes of the Roanoke/Valentine neighborhood of midtown Kansas City, we stumbled upon this … Continue reading

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To Say It Isn’t So

Photographer Laura Letinsky has long been investigating the domestic sphere. Her practice brings the mundane, discarded, and everyday into the studio for examination. Drawing upon centuries old Dutch-Flemish and Italian vanitas and natura morte traditions, Letinsky employs a contemporary meditation … Continue reading

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Antoine Lefebvre

Much like the artists in our current show, LIVING ARRANGEMENTS, Antoine Lefebvre reexamines our everyday activities by reconstructing our commonly used materials in new ways.  Sometimes it is accomplished by simply deconstructing something and putting it back together in a new … Continue reading

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