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Chicago Tribune, Friday, January 17, 1986


By Alan G. Artner

Art critic

CLAR MONACO [Zolla: Lieberman, 356 W. Huron St.]: An eccentric exhibition that includes a series of paintings [and a neon piece] on the motif of dog bones plus an audio-tape collage with words and rock music by the artist. A light tone. gives respite from the ritualistic mumbo-jumbo that engaged Monaco in recent years, but one also feels the seriousness of his search for a still-life form that . may be easily repeated and endlessly varied. -Something very basic is taking place here—with a fair amount of humor. [Through Feb. 8.] 

© Clar Monaco 1977-2016 / All rights reserved.

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