Public Sculpture ~ Resilience and Remembrance

Ryder Richards Unveils Public Work Honoring Fallen Dallas Police Officers Glasstire.com, Christopher Blay, July 24, 2019 [link] Through his work, artist Ryder Richards often examines what he describes as “the pressures and resultant response of the individual within a dominant (often violent) culture.” This scrutiny has led to Richards’ Resilience and Remembrance, his new public artwork for El… Continue reading Public Sculpture ~ Resilience and Remembrance

Piotr Chizinski “Forecast” at PRP, Dallas

Piotr Chizinski Forecast April 2-22, 2018 Curated by Ryder Richards Artist Reception: Saturday, April 14th, 2018 Permanent Research Project (PRP) 508 Fabrication St., Dallas Friday-Saturday, 2-6 PM or by appointment CONTACT: ryder@ryderrichards.us With a focus on disaster relief and infrastructural bias, Chizinski’s newest work considers the role of electronic frequencies as an invisible natural resource: an… Continue reading Piotr Chizinski “Forecast” at PRP, Dallas

Review ~ Tom Sachs

published on EUTOPIA: Contemporary Art Review Tom Sachs Tea Ceremony Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas [link] Sachs’ new focus, in coopting and hyperventilating the “religion” of the Japanese tea ceremony, manifests as highly American provisional approximations. Embodying the reductive apparatus of utilitarianism whereby traditional systems or concepts can become lightweight, cheap and nomadic embraces Eco’s “Travels… Continue reading Review ~ Tom Sachs