by Ann McCoy
OCT 2015 | ArtSeen
Entering the main gallery of Sperone Westwater, the viewer is dwarfed by Red Gravity (2015), a stunning, two-story-high, circular red clay drawing filling the height and width of the main wall. A suspended glass balcony allows the viewer to see the top half, which enhances the work’s scale.
by Jeff Price
JUNE 2013 | Books
On the cover of Gregory Spatzs new story collection Half as Happy is a black-and-white photograph of a couple. The woman (her one-piece suit says 50s) sits knees aligned on a twine-covered diving board and smiles down at the man who is reaching up from the water, one of his hands clasping the board, the other holding hers.