El Fuego from Óyeme Con Los Ojos photogravure

A New Review of Nocturnes!

February 7, 2013

Read Eugenie Dalland’s Review from the The Brooklyn Rail, February, 2013.

“What is unique about Nocturnes and its authors is that, contrary to much contemporary art and poetry, their appreciation is based on visual, and especially non-rational, modes of understanding. The artists became interested in the idea of nocturnes (in Latin, “of the night”) as embodying an artistic threshold free of definition, a space where, as Keats put it, the artist “is capable of being in uncertainties, mysteries, doubts, without any irritable reaching after fact and reason.” For many, this is an alien and even undesirable state to be in, but Wonk and Sacabo are both comfortable there, or at least accustomed. Perhaps it is simply part of the nature of their work.” Click here to read more…


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