Over the past few years the nationally regarded private collection of abstract art, including paintings, sculpture, and works on paper owned by Natalie and Irving Forman of Santa Fe, New Mexico has been gifted to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. In 2005 the Gallery exhibited many of the paintings and sculptures. This year’s exhibition will present an intimate look at more than 130 works on paper by 40 artists including Stuart Arends, John Beech, Erika Blumenfeld, Rudolf de Crignis, Marcia Hafif, Winston Roeth, and Mark di Suvero.
via Art Daily
The extension we call the net, the grid, the Infobahn, is more than the sum of its parts, it may perchance lead to an actual organizing principle of reality itself. An organizing principle somewhat akin to an operating system, yet directed, and multidimensional, interactive and intelligent.
—Wildcat: Mind Habitat, the quest for a home