He is a rock and roll legend, frontman for the J. Geils band and raconteur. Always a Narrows fave, selling out every show.
In the history of the art over the last century, the human figure has gone in and out of style as subject many times. Duchampian challenges, abstract expressionism, pop art, op art, conceptual works, earthworks, and a myriad of other approaches have arisen and at times the figure as theme has fallen out of favor.
However, it is never for long. The death of the figure is always greatly exaggerated. It the most basic and primal subject. It is what a child first draws. It is what almost all artists return to…it is ever resilient. And it never does not matter.
Nancy Carrozza CaraDonna
Curated by Don Wilkinson, Art Critic and Columnist for the Standard Times and Artscope
Artist reception to take place on Saturday, July 11 from 2:00 t0 4:00 p.m. Admission is free. The public is cordially invited. Image: Ariadne Third Scale Figure Cast Resin, 2014, Erik Durant
Review by Olivia Mello, Narrows Staff
July felt like a long one, anxiously awaiting the last performance of the month. I played their albums on repeat for weeks, trying to memorize all the clever lyrics and absorb all the funky riffs; but, nothing could prepare me for the epic-ness of last night’s performance. Continue reading