Amelia Saul is an artist who lives in New York.
Ellie Ga: QuarriesBy Amelia Saul
The world of Ellie Gas Quarries is almost entirely after the fact, in a time when current events have hardened into history or dissolved into personal memory.
Shirin Neshat: The FuryBy Amelia Saul
Shirin Neshats impassioned and lyrical show The Fury at Gladstone Gallery is in black and white and rainbows of gray. Warm gray in the photographs that hang, halo-lit, in the first room; icier gray in the dual-channel video The Fury (2022) which, despairingly facing itself on two walls, is installed in the back room.
IN A DREAM YOU SAW A WAY TO SURVIVE AND YOU WERE FULL OF JOYBy Amelia Saul
The artists in this show tend towards identities that spill over and beyond traditional boundaries; the humor, sadness, dissolution, joy, plasticity, the lost and found of this more liquid existence is all in evidence. If one were to write, in contrast, in a dream you saw a way to survive and were full of joy youd get the feeling.
Bang Geul Han: If You Grind The Threshold of Three Other HousesBy Amelia Saul
To Han, the funny-not-funny is a vacuum, a vertiginous and politically demagnetized area between two people who experience the same phenomena in radically different ways. You think Hans Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) is funny, your girlfriend does not.
Amelia Saul and St. John the Evangelist (ca. 1410)
Donatello’s extraordinary St. John the Evangelist, the center-point of the Museum Of Biblical Art’s Sculpture in the Age of Donatello this last spring, is a Trojan Horse. Donatello works his way deeper into thought for days; he troubles.