|Anselm Reyle, untitled, 2011.Mixed media on canvas, 89-5/8 x 88-5/8." View as one enters the building.|
This is the first show I've seen in which every work included was made in the 21st century: What a wonderful surprise this was to me. The Pizzuti's have been the first believers and buyers for many of these artists. The couple has been collecting others for a long time. Everything in the show was picked with love and appreciation, not only with an eye to market value. But when you're at the show, you won't have to be told that: The investment in pleasure is more than evident.
|Dion Johnson, Moonlight, 2009. Acrylic on|
linen, 72 x 48."
|Detail, Johnson's Moonlight, showing how the|
linen'sweave modulates each color,
undercuttingthe illusion of "solid color"
|Brian Porray, "!===FL4M3JOB===/", 2011. Synthetic polymet, spray paint, paper|
on canvas. 96 x 216."
|In door, Sarah Cain, Kiss, 3013, acrylic, beads, and string on canvas. In foyer,|
Jim Hodges, Constellation of an Ordinary Day, 2002. Wood and metal panel,
ceramic sockets and lightbulbs, in two parts.
|Self portrait of the writer in Anselm Reyle's, untitled, 2011|