Tag Archives: Lucio Fontana


Destroy the Picture at MOCA, opening MCA Chicago the 16th February

It is hard to imagine that an exhibition about the destruction of painting and the upending of the supremacy of the picture plane could be beautiful. But Destroy the Picture: Painting the Void, 1949-1962, just closed last Sunday the 14th at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, is an aesthetic triumph. If you missed […]

Suprasensorial and Doug Aitken Song\1 at the Hirshhorn Museum until the 13th May 2012

By Richard P. Townsend It made sense that the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles’ super exhibition Suprasensorial: Experiments in Light, Color, and Space came to the nation’s capital. Richard Koshalek, former MOCA Los Angeles director, brought the well received work of his talented longtime curator Alma Ruiz to his new institution.  Furthermore, the Hirshhorn […]