Chatting with Robert Williams at Northridge Opening x At HomeJuxtapoz // Wednesday, 24 Feb 2010
“Gazing into a Robert Williams is like prying open a lush peach or unearthing a mossy rock. Detail and truth gush forward like you’ve never seen them, and in case a detail is missed, each piece is accompanied by a personally penned essay from the Man himself.
“But this was opening night, celebration and time to park the cerebral once in a while. I mean, being greeted by his Technicolor nine-foot statues was like being ushered into grown-up Disneyland. And a personal greeting from the irrepressible Candy Clark of American Graffiti fame made the night officially deep and dizzying, no 3D glasses required.”
Now catch a visit to the home of Robert Williams by artist Jason Maloney:
Conceptual Realism in the Service of the Hypothetical
at California State University at Northridge
February 20 - April 3, 2010
All photos by Beau Roulette/Hurley