Posts Tagged ‘Ryan Trecartin’

From the Times:

The artist Ryan Trecartin was creating maniacally mutable characters more or less for himself and a band of friends and collaborators from the Rhode Island School of Design when one of his works, posted on his Friendster page, was seen in 2005 by the artist Sue de Beer, who brought it to the attention of a curator at the New Museum in New York. In stunningly short order, his work was everywhere: the 2006 Whitney Biennial, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Saatchi Gallery in London, the Guggenheim Museum. And his most ambitious work to date, the movie-length “I-Be Area” (2007), was greeted with a kind of joyous critical consensus rarely seen in the art world.


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