Hyperallergic.com: A Slice of Pie, a Painting of the Sea

From Hyperallergic Weekend: Thomas Micchelli writes about the seascapes of Pat de Groot, “quiet marvels of paint-as-image, delicately rendered convergences of pigment and texture,” and the food-based projects of conceptual artist Elaine Tin Nyo, “whose practice includes baking one sour cherry pie per day in July, the month the fruit ripens on the tree, until her supply of fresh cherries runs out.” What the two artists share “is a humility in the face of immensity, an infusion of the vicissitudes of daily living into art’s rigorous embrace.” Read more here.