Playful & Philosophical: The Paintings of Moira Dryer
Moira Dryer’s talent as a painter was to draw poignancy out of an almost generic pictorial vocabulary—stripes, blotches, drizzles of drippy color—and to put her formal reticence at the service of an intense playfulness, playing on the edge of sculpture.
April 25, 2020
The Birth of Morocco’s Modern Art Movement
With “Présence Plastique,” the Casablanca Group’s 1969 manifesto exhibition, “we wanted to engage the people… outside the closed circuit of the galleries or the salons—places this audience has never entered,” the six artists declared, in French and Arabic, in the radical journal of art and politics Souffles.
August 3, 2019