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artscope magazine: July/August 2013
WELCOME STATEMENT: Brian Goslow, managing editor
Cornered
Art Finds A Universal Home
CONVERGENCE
Andrew DeVries: Homage to Dance
Looking Back Looking Forward: The Sculptures of Michio Ihara
The Paintings of Edward Telleria
Judith Jaffe: I’m Not Finished Yet!
Matryoshka: The Russian Nesting Doll
Duoling Huang: Cultural Landscape
Murray Zimiles: Recent Paintings
Manuel Pardo at Provincetown’s Gary Marotta Gallery
Wanderlust: Chatham, Massachusetts
Shades of Yellow
Alexander Zaklynsky New Works: Constructions of Form and Color
Poster Mania! Leisure, Romance and Adventure in 1890s America
Kathi Smith’s New England
Liza Myers
Barbara Putnam: Printmakers in Conversation Part II
Waterways II
Torrington’s Five Points/Arts District
Wandering Wellfleet
Capsule Previews
The Paintings of Edward Telleria
James Foritano


Gallery 360

Northeastern University

360 Huntington Avenue Boston

Through August 15



Ordinarily, a corridor serves to hurry one’s feet along its narrow symmetry and be gone, but in this corridor, just outside the glassed-in precincts of Northeastern University’s Gallery 360, Edward Telleria’s paintings seem to warp space, bidding the viewer to linger in a moment of arrival.



The metaphor Telleria uses for being “in the moment” is jazz, as a trio of grey-suited musicians blow, thump and pluck instruments which themselves become metaphors for arrival. Is it the saturated colors that seem to expand like supernovas while the viewer, perched on some porch of this summoned universe, clutches the railing, waiting for their vibrancy, impossibly intense, to collapse into the ashes of a black hole?



Colors do possess a mesmeric attraction, especially colors modulated to draw the eye closer in with bursts of warmth, then nudge it back with dabs of cooler tones. There’s plenty of nuance here threading clashes of pure wailing color. But can that be all?


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