Richard Van Buren
Raphael Rubinstein | December 3, 2015
Years before I saw any of Richard Van Buren’s sculptures in person, his work would catch my attention as I paged through back issues of art magazines from the late 1960s and 1970s (I can’t quite explain the strange allure of vintage art magazines, though I think it may have something to do with the satisfaction of knowing what people back then didn’t: which artists were destined for fame, which critics would be proved embarrassingly wrong, etc.)... Read More

After All These Years: Richard Van Buren’s Work of the ’70s
John Yau | December 22, 2013
You never know when a work of art might become part of your DNA, the visceral memory of which you carry around with you, even if you seldom have occasion to think about it. The exhibition, Richard Van Buren: The 1970s, at Garth Greenan (November 26–January 4, 2013) reminded me of the first time I saw his sculptures in the mid-1970s.... Read More