By Karen Chernick
SEPT 2023 | Art Books
Now, with the release of Francesca Woodman: The Artists Books, even the most informed Woodman fans are discovering that theres still more they didnt know about her. Of the eight artists books gathered in this volume, only one has ever been previously published and two were rediscovered recently (in the archives of The Woodman Family Foundation, which also include the many notebooks Woodman kept for to-do lists, ideas, and sketches).
By Andrew Paul Woolbright
APRIL 2023 | ArtSeen
In John Tursi's New Works at Ricco/Maresca, the artist cultivates a sense of movement and psychedelic animation through dense repetition. Simple shapes are plaited into larger patterns that Tursi combines into machinic bodies. Each figure evokes pulsating Broadyway Boogie-Woogies of movement, that systematize the body into reeling conveyor belts of synapse.