Author: Joshua Fischer

http://www.ricegallery.org

Joshua Fischer works as the assistant curator at Rice University Art Gallery, where he's curated installations by Andrea Dezsö, Ana Serrano, and Yasuaki Onishi. He graduated from Trinity University where he double majored in Studio Art and Sociology. He then received an M.A. in American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin.

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Mulling over Magritte

While working on a “serious” review of the current Magritte exhibition at the Menil, I fell into an Internet wormhole. Via Google images I had […]

Mulling over Magritte

100 Words: Matt Magee at Hiram Butler

Matt Magee, Circa 1994 installation view. Courtesy Hiram Butler Gallery Maybe I would put Matt Magee’s Circa 1994 set of small paintings, hung salon style […]

Matt Magee, Circa 1994 installation view, courtesy Hiram Butler Gallery

New York Now 3/4: Chelsea Galleries

CHELSEA GALLERIES JAMES COHAN GALLERY / ALISON ELIZABETH TAYLOR, SURFACE TENSION  Meticulous paintings that mix oil paint with wood inlay to create a heightened sense […]

New York Now 3/4: Chelsea Galleries

New York Now 2/4: Three Museums

From uptown to midtown ….my art odyssey continued with visits to El Museo del Barrio, the Whitney, and  MoMA. Stay tuned for parts 3 and […]

New York Now 2/4: Three Museums

New York Now 1/4: Chris Burden

During a recent trip to New York, I squeezed as much as I possibly could into just over three days. As usual, the city itself […]

New York Now 1/4: Chris Burden

Lauren Kelley: Puce Parade

Lauren Kelley’s stop-motion animation, True Falsetto (2011), on view in her show Puce Parade at Zoya Tommy Contemporary, clocks in at just over two minutes, […]

Lauren Kelley: Puce Parade

The Kingdom of the Sick

Illness is the night side of life, a more onerous citizenship. Everyone who is born holds dual citizenship, in the kingdom of the well and […]

The Kingdom of the Sick

New York Now: The Ten Second Tour

I spent the week of May 1-7 in New York to see galleries/museums and attend a curator conference. As an obsessive photo taker, I thought […]

Photos I took of people taking photos at Guggenheim