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"Real Eye on Change"
Review by John Yao
THE POWER OF PUNS
"He is one of the foremost critics of America’s egotism and unsustainable way of life, expressing his critiques in beautifully and sharply rendered paintings and drawings. He is tenderer and less eruptive than Peter Saul, but his message is just as urgent, disquieting, and necessary to these addled, disjointed, the rich-get-richer times."
Dan Nadel on the art of William T. Wiley
"Among Wiley's earliest graduate students was Bruce Nauman, who arrived in 1964. Nauman embraced Wiley's use of rough, found materials, wordplay, and life-is-art-art-is-life ethos, while Wiley took in Nauman's cerebral, proto-Conceptual approach to what an art object could be, epitomized in the younger artist's untitled fiberglass-and-polyester-resin sculptures."