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April 1, 2015
POST-OP: The Responsive Eye - Fifty Years After
THE Magazine
April 2015
Susan Wider
POST-OP: The Responsive Eye - Fifty Years After<BR>
THE Magazine<BR>
April 2015<BR>
Susan Wider<BR>
As a fifty-year-anniversary tribute to the Museum of Modern Art's February 1965 exhibition The Responsive Eye, David Richard Gallery presents POST-OP, curated by David Eichholtz and Peter Frank. The Responsive Eye introduced the Op Art movement through the work of ninety-nine international artists. POST-OP investigates how a subset of these artists continues to work with visual perception and perceptual ambiguity. This is the first in a series of four linked exhibitions by Eichholtz and Frank in this anniversary year.

MoMA’s original press release for the exhibition characterized the more than one hundred twenty paintings and constructions as works that exist “less as objects to be examined than as generators of perceptual responses in the eye and mind of the viewer.” In David Richard Gallery’s large, bright space, the works undulate, vibrate, and dart; it’s like being surrounded by color-drenched, dancing shapes. The artists use lines, bands, circles, and patterns in white, gray, black, or vivid colors to create movement, illusions, and hidden images—all of which are real to the eye and the brain, but do not exist physically in the actual paintings. In the original exhibition catalogue for The Responsive Eye, William C. Seitz, MoMA’s Curator of Painting and Sculpture Exhibitions, writes, “The eye needs only the slightest clue to link an abstract shape to some past association with actual objects and space.”

In POST-OP, Karl Benjamin’s two works from 1964 and 1990 both present dense, bold colors, the first in large blocks, the second in multicolored geometric patterns that shift into ever-changing prisms. It’s a mistake to try to figure out where one prism stops and the next one starts. Just when you think you know where one plane recedes, it jumps forward on you. Richard Anuszkiewicz’s Exact Quantity, from 1963, is anything but. It would be terrifying to try to ascertain the exact quantity of these lines as they cross different colors and create different sensations. Some push us backward, others tip the painting’s two large squares sideways, but they really don’t. Up close, they aren’t squares at all, merely illusions. Looking more intently, or squinting to try to understand what is really there, is a recipe for motion sickness. And yet we’re fascinated to try. After all, didn’t the artist have to focus on these bouncing lines for extended periods to create this effect in the first place?

Untitled (June 30) by Ernst Benkert, from 1967, along with Francis Celentano’s Elliptical Kinetic Painting, from the same year, toss us around in black and white—literally in Celentano’s case, as there is a motor involved. Benkert presents squares that might not be, and even though our brains know that this ink-on-paper creation is perfectly fl at, and hanging on a perfectly flat wall, the upper left and lower right corners still curl away from us. They just do. Then Celentano loops us around and around with black and white ellipses in order to pull us into a black hole. Surely the ellipses must be a connected spiral, but they turn out to be nine separate white bands alternating with nine black ones. Correction—they don’t just pull us into the black hole, they pull us right through the wall. Because the piece is motorized to spin continuously, it also creates the sensation of pushing us out while it sucks us in. A more recent Celentano acrylic in nearly neon colors is equally unnerving, yet gorgeous. Le Cirque 10, from 2004, blends graded wiggles of greens, reds, ranges, and probably several other colors, except that you can’t look at it long enough to really pick them out because the floor is starting to move. The effect is something like a multicolored, pounding, shimmering waterfall. Eichholtz, who designed the exhibition layout, chose to enhance this effect when he hung Le Cirque 10 on a wall that receives powerful, natural New Mexico light. Access to the painting is from either side, which causes the ripples to undulate from top to bottom. No, wait, that can’t be, it’s a flat surface.

John Goodyear illuminates his 1965 work The Light Source from behind. Doesn’t matter, we still reach out to steady ourselves. There is a yellow-and-black pattern on the surface of a light box. A panel of horizontal acrylic bars hangs in front of it. When the panel is pushed sideways into a pendulum motion, the yellow lines jump to life behind it and even our own movement changes the patterns. Goodyear’s Presence, from 2013, incorporates wooden dowels and monofilament in a way that is entirely unsteadying. Two of the four vertical bars are painted on the canvas. The other two alternate with them but are suspended in front of the canvas. Our eye is ready to believe that all four are painted fl at until we notice the dowels’ gentle shadows. The powerful red, white, and blue bands in Francis Hewitt’s 1991 Franklin County actually feel calming. There is so much going on within each band that our eyes don’t fight to dissect it all. Instead, we see an explosion of colors. On a flat surface, it stays that way. And nothing dances. But not to worry, Hewitt’s Grey Illuminated Discs and Op Ended, both from 1964, prance on the wall with fantastic vibrations. Another Hewitt wallbender is Illuminated Discs, also from 1964. Here are circles that look like Japanese lanterns meet Bubble Wrap, as the lower left corner of the painting appears to flap off the wall toward us.

Thomas Downing’s ca. 1970 Fizi looks simple: three circles—each of a different blue hue—that make the square painting seem narrower on the bottom. And then the circles begin to lose the definition along their curves, their sizes shift, and there go our eyes and minds again, running away from us with their own ideas. In a later acrylic from 1983 called First Sky, Downing continues to mess with us. Are the red, feathery shapes the same size? Are the pinks alike? Are the parallel lines truly parallel?

Happily, each artist’s contribution from the 1960s and his contrasting later work are not presented side by side. Instead, Eichholtz has placed the older works in the gallery’s inner core, with the newer pieces around the perimeter, like moving back in time. We can now look forward to parts two through four of the series, with the possibility of a four-series catalogue coming, like a prize, at the conclusion.

Susan Wider

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THE Magazine
April 2015
Susan Wider

Associated Artists

*  Richard Anuszkiewicz
*  Hannes Beckmann
*  Karl Benjamin
*  Ernst Benkert
*  Francis Celentano
*  Thomas Downing
*  Lorser Feitelson
*  John Goodyear
*  Francis Hewitt
*  Leroy Lamis
*  Mon Levinson
*  Alexander Liberman
*  Ed Mieczkowski
*  Oli Sihvonen
*  Julian Stanczak
*  Peter Stroud
*   Tadasky

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Associated Exhibitions

*  Post-Op: 'The Responsive Eye' Fifty Years After Curated by David Eichholtz and Peter Frank
February 24 - April 11 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, February 27, 2015, 5:00-7:00 PM
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December 13, 2011

December 12, 2011
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JUDY CHICAGO TO RECEIVE THE PALM SPRINGS FINE ART FAIR'S LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Visual Art Source
December 12, 2011

December 12, 2011
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DEMYSTIFYING PROCESS
Studio Spoken
December 12, 2011

November 30, 2011
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BAY AREA ABSTRACTION 1945 - 1965
THE Magazine
November 30, 2011

November 25, 2011
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DAVID SOLOMON AT DAVID RICHARD CONTEMPORARY
New Mexican's Pasatiempo
Michael Abatemarco
November 25, 2011

November 11, 2011
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'BAY AREA ABSTRACTION: 1945-1965' AT DAVID RICHARD CONTEMPORARY'
Antiques and The Arts Weekly
November 11, 2011

November 06, 2011
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Cleveland Institute of Art touts its own history in shows on Robert Mangold, Julian Stanczak and Ed Mieczkowski
Cleveland.com
November 6, 2011
Steven Litt
October 30, 2011
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Q&A: JUDY CHICAGO
Los Angeles Times
Jori Finkel
October 30, 2011

October 26, 2011
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JUDY CHICAGO'S UPCOMING DISAPPEARING ENVIRONMENTS: HOW DO YOU MAKE ART OUT OF GIGANTIC PYRAMIDS OF DRY ICE? LA Weekly
October 26, 2011

October 06, 2011
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ART PLATFORM L.A.
ArtNet
October 6, 2011

September 26, 2011
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MICHAEL COOK: VENETIAN
THE Magazine
Diane Armitage
October 2011

September 23, 2011
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JUDY CHICAGO: WHAT I LEARNED FROM MALE CHAUVINISTS
LA Weekly
September 23, 2011

September 21, 2011
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CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART OPTICAL ART EXHIBIT A TEST FOR THE EYES
WEWS
September 21, 2011

August 27, 2011
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MICHAEL COOK
Visual Art Source
August 27, 2011
August 16, 2011
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PILL SPILL OFFERS LATE-SUMMER THRILL AT TMA
Toledo Free Press
August 16, 2011

August 11, 2011
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WTVG-TV'S INTERVIEW WITH AMY GILMAN ABOUT PILL SPILL
WTVG-TV
August 11, 2011

August 09, 2011
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JOURNEY IN A LIFE BOAT
Santa Fe Reporter
August 09, 2011

July 15, 2011
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CALIFORNIA STATE OF MIND
Albuquerque Journal / Journal North
July 15, 2011

July 06, 2011
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ARTISTS OF THE MONTH: PHILIP BALDWIN AND MONICA GUGGISBERG
Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass
July 2011

June 30, 2011
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TOOTS ZYNSKY ON COVER OF GLASS ART MAGAZINE
Glass Art
July/August 2011

June 20, 2011
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JUDY CHICAGO

June 17, 2011
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WOMAN'S HOUR - JUDY CHICAGO
BBC Radio
June 17, 2011

March 11, 2011
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A.K.A. ZEN
Visual Art Source
March 3, 2011

March 10, 2011
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OVERGROWN ZEN GARDEN
Santa Fe Reporter
March 10, 2011

February 28, 2011
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JEAN WELLS "RE-POP"
Glass
Spring 2011

December 23, 2010
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PAINT BY THE NUMBERS
Santa Fe Reporter
December 23, 2010

November 05, 2010
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ART REVIEW: 1960S REVISITED (IN SANTA FE)
Adobe Airstream
November 5, 2010

November 01, 2010
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The New Criterion review of "Julian Stanczak: Color - Grid"
Gallery Chronicle
James Panero
Published November 2010
July 01, 2010
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THE ART OF GLASS: TRANSCENDING FROM CRAFT TO ART
Uploaded Magazine
July 01, 2010

June 28, 2010
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FAIR CITY - SANTA FE GEARS UP FOR SUMMER
Art & Antiques
July 2010

June 28, 2010
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TRADITION AND TRANSGRESSION - IN SANTA FE, CONTEMPORARY ART MOVES FORWARD IN CONVERSATION WITH THE PAST.
Art & Antiques
June 2010

June 14, 2010
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FORMER OPERA THEATRE OF ST. LOUIS DIRECTOR OPENS ART GALLERY IN SANTA FE
STL Today
June 14, 2010

June 13, 2010
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SANTA FE TURNS 400
Art In America
June/July 2010

June 12, 2010
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PAUL HENRY RAMIREZ - PRESS RELEASE

June 12, 2010
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BEVERLY FISHMAN "FUTURE NATURAL"

May 19, 2010
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SOFA WEST: SANTA FE 2010

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David Richard Gallery the premier contemporary art gallery in the Santa Fe New Mexico Railyard Arts District specializes in Post-War American abstract art including Abstract Expressionism, Color Field, geometric, Op, Pop and Minimalism in a variety of media.

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