Nearly a million gather to march for their lives in Washington and around the world amid continued shootings in the U.S. and the unflinching NRA. Greece gets 6.7 billion euro bailout approval. Businesses are pulling out of Facebook following the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Bombs go off in Texas. Intrigue like a ballad of normalcy as a prelude to Easter. We lost an hour but gained an hour of sunshine. Welcome to the .038th edition of Prescriptions. Here is our review of the week in the arts.
Hughie O’Donoghue’s new paintings revisit and reimagine the imagery observed and invented by Van Gogh as he struggled to make a lucid vision manifest during his declining health. Through April 14, 2018 at Marlborough Fine Art.
Jaromír Funke repeatedly experimented with mirroring, transparencies and reflections – scrutinizing the perception of the viewer, some series no longer working with objects but solely with their shadows. A renewed interest in his work will be on view at Fotografie Forum Frankfurt through April 29, 2018.
Whitney McVeigh’s intense curiosity has led to a diverse body of work which includes drawing, painting, installation, and video projects. This exhibition focuses specifically on the ink on paper works. Through April 20, 2018 at Eykyn Maclean Gallery, New York.
RaMell Ross / Hale County This Morning, This Evening
For nearly half a century, this renown film festival has been introducing audiences to the work of emerging filmmakers from around the world, this year presenting 25 features and 10 shorts films. Opens tomorrow March 28 and runs through April 8, 2018 at Walter Reade Theater Film Society Lincoln Center & The Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters at MoMA.
Over the last few years, Roland Quetsch’s work has evolved toward the third dimension, building up the colors before being freely fragmented and assembled to give shape to very physical works. At Ceysson & Bénétière, Saint-Etienne through April 21, 2018.
The cinematic lighting technique of ‘day for night’ merges the everyday with the space of dream. It offers a metamorphosis, a transition. Cascade. It implies being in between states, in suspension. Sarah Jones’s works on view through April 7, 2018 at Anton Kern Gallery.
Jean Cocteau remerges from the underworld to delight and frighten us. Sarah Jones whose large format photography is on view at Anton Kern Gallery. Roland Quetsch’s brightly colored paintings enter the 3rd dimension at Ceysson & Bénétière. Whitney McVeigh presents a diverse range of evocative works at Eykyn Maclean Gallery. Jaromír Funke whose works have become renewed in interest are exhibited at Fotografie Forum Frankfurt. Pauline Darley from the archives of 30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2014 and her fashion driven editorials. Hughie O’Donoghue’s pilgrimage in honor of Van Gogh at Marlborough Fine Art.