Anchors in Time is an exquisite jewel box of a show: a single large room containing selections from five decades of Dominic Di Mare’s long and extraordinarily productive career. This presentation of 35 works in multiple mediums offers a rare opportunity to see how a visual language of personal references connects different stages of a long career. Di Mare’s sculptures, made from knotted linen thread, wood, beads, clay, paper and horsehair, predominate. But there are also surreal watercolor self-portraits, intricately cut artist’s books and re-interpretations of Old Master paintings that are simultaneously visionary and schematic… Read more.
Article by Maria Porges for Square Cylinder