Edward M Gomez
Art Projects


2013 2014 Ensayos escritos en el año 2015    

“Art’s Innovative Messengers,” Art & Antiques, Dec. 2002, pages 52-59; article about contemporary artists Charles Matton, Julie Evans, Ron Baron and Brady Dollarhide.

Power and Glory in Sisterhood,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Oct. 13, 2002, pages 35-36; article about several exhibitions in the New York City region of historic and of contemporary feminist art.

“New Energy, New Messages,” Art & Antiques, Oct. 2002, pages 56-65; article about Latin-American artists Manuel Cancel, Segundo Planes, Nora Aslan, José Bechara and Chelo González Amézcua.

New Yorkers Now, Their Gifts Were Nurtured in Texas,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Sept. 22, 2002, pages 33-34; article about artists associated with CORE program in Houston who are now living and working in New York City.

“Ross Brodar: Outsider or Mainstream?,” Raw Vision (U.K.), issue no. 40, autumn 2002, pages 56-59; article about New York-based, self-taught artist who paints in and on various media.

“The Moment After: Past Postmodernism, Art Finds a New Soul,” essay in ARTicles, vol. 8 (issue theme: “After…”), the annual publication of the National Arts Journalism Program, affiliated with the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, pages 142-157. PDF


Art Against the Odds: Creativity as Salve for Trauma,” The New York Times, Arts in America, July 10, 2002; arts section, page 2; article about exhibition of works by participants in the Survivors Art Foundation, at Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York.

A Head, a Leg, a Flank: A New Kind of Monument,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, June 16, 2002, page 39; article about sculptor Gillian Jagger.

A Social Critic Who Makes the Ordinary a Weapon,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, May 26, 2002; article about self-taught, 82-year-old Finnish painter Tyyne Esko.

“When East Came West: Asian-Americans are finding their place in the history of modern art,” Art & Antiques, Feb. 2002, pages 60-65; article about Asian-American modernists of the 1930s and 1940s, and their emerging place in the canon of American modern-art history.

When Japan Tried on the Modernist Mantle,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Jan. 27, 2002, pages 37 and 41; article about the exhibition "Taisho Chic: Japanese Modernity, Nostalgia and Deco,” at the Honolulu Academy of Arts.

“Keeping It Real: James Valerio’s work pushes the limits of realist art,” Art & Antiques, Mar. 2002, pages 110-114.

“Martha Wilson: Before performance art was a movement, she helped push it,” Interview, Feb. 2002, page 79.


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