October 22, 2014
On Film: Mania, serenity and the creative process
Guest contributor Jonathan Stevenson / What brings out the best in artists? In vivid terms, two r...
Ideas and Influences: Mary Addison Hackett
I have followed Mary Addison Hackett' s blog Process since she left LA a few years ago and r...
October 19, 2014
Colleagues: Judith Schaechter and Eileen Neff
Two of my talented colleagues at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts have solo shows in Chel...
October 18, 2014
David Humphrey's vantage point
David Humphrey's extraordinary exhibition at Fredericks & Freiser tells stories about ou...
October 17, 2014
Links for today include Crossing Brooklyn, Frieze London, Arts Gowanus, Ebola, Cubism, Gavin Brow...
Darren Waterston: Opulence and ruin
Contributed by Hannah Kennedy, Two Coats Intern / Darren Waterston’s paintings and an installatio...
October 16, 2014
Lovable: Chris Martin at Anton Kern
In his first solo show at Anton Kern, Chris Martin presents a bright, shining cosmos that signals...
October 14, 2014
October 14: Andrew Ginzel's list of NYC shows and events
SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / October 14, 2014 / Listed south to north. Comp...
October 13, 2014
Gedi Sibony moves beyond the Provisional
Gedi Sibony continues to repurpose and recycle objects, but his new work moves considerably beyo...
October 12, 2014
Ideas and Influences: Helen O'Leary
Helen O'Leary grew up in rural Ireland in the the 60s and 70s, where her mother's philos...
October 9, 2014
Christopher Deeton's symmetries
In Bomb , Raphael Rubinstein wrote about Christopher Deeton 's big, fluid, black abstraction...
Melissa Meyer's FASCINATION
Over the summer Melissa Meyer and I exchanged leisurely studio visits, first at my studio in DUMB...
October 6, 2014
Printmaking Monday: I'm a steamroller baby
This weekend the Garrison Art Center celebrated their 50th Anniversary with "Rollin on th...
October 2, 2014
Richard Tuttle reviews I, Augustus, Emperor of Rome
This month in The Brooklyn Rail Richard Tuttle contributes " Augustus ," a long form es...
TBT: Old New York
John Sloan, The City from Greenwich Village , 1922, oil on canvas, 26 x 33 3/4 inches. National ...
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