Posts Tagged: Gregory H. Williams

Cosima von Bonin, Bubbles (Loop #4), 2010, wool, cotton, 66⅞ x 55⅛ in. (170 x 140 cm) (artwork © Cosima von Bonin; photography provided by Petzel, New York)

Ground Control: Painting in the Work of Cosima von Bonin

By Gregory H. Williams

During the past decade a steady flow of critical writing on contemporary painting has appeared, much of it seeking to define changes to the practice that have taken place since 1990. In several often-cited essays, a shared theme has emerged in which late-twentieth-century painting is described as undergoing a crisis of containment.

Cosima von Bonin, Bubbles (Loop #4), 2010, wool, cotton, 66⅞ x 55⅛ in. (170 x 140 cm) (artwork © Cosima von Bonin; photography provided by Petzel, New York)

Ground Control: Painting in the Work of Cosima von Bonin

By Gregory H. Williams

During the past decade a steady flow of critical writing on contemporary painting has appeared, much of it seeking to define changes to the practice that have taken place since 1990. In several often-cited essays, a shared theme has emerged in which late-twentieth-century painting is described as undergoing a crisis of containment.