My Highlights from the Dallas Art Fair 2014

Rebecca Bruder
Apr 4, 2014 1:49PM

My Selection:

Scott Reeder, Lost in Taste, 2012, at Lisa Cooley 

I have been a fan of Scott Reeder’s for many years. He is multi-talented and makes me laugh. 

Miljohn Ruperto & Ulrik Heltoft, Volynich Botanical Studies, Specimen 22r JARO, 2013, at Thomas Solomon Gallery

Unique take on botanical photographs—also, in the Whitney Biennial! 

Laura Lancaster, Untitled, 2013, at Workplace Gallery

Gorgeous paint texture by this British artist.

Neil Raitt, Alpine 04.27, 2014, at HUS Gallery 

This large scale oil painting by this young British artist has a hypnotic repetition of alpine scenery—really amusing but beautiful.

Wallace Berman, Untitled, 1975, at galerie frank elbaz

Wallace Berman was the “characterization of the Beat movement”. 

Daniel Turner, Untitled, 2014, at Franklin Parrasch Gallery

Young artist who can work wonders with very difficult materials.

Marcia Hafif, Scumble Painting: French Ultramarine (5), 2008, at Franklin Parrasch Gallery 

Gorgeous colors and texture. Hafif is an artist’s artist. 

Jay DeFeo, Untitled 1986, 1986, at Hosfelt Gallery

Jay Defeo’s Whitney Retrospective allowed me to realize what a visionary artist she was.

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