Lauren Luloff: Drawing (with bleach) from life

Contributed by Eileen Jeng Lynch / Harking back to the Impressionists, Lauren Luloff has begun painting from life, focusing on light, color, and the world around her. The new work has an atmospheric quality, nicely showcased by the light-filled space at Ceysson & Bénétière on Madison Avenue last month. The exhibition comprised paintings and wall-mounted ceramic works that explored the relationship … read more… “Lauren Luloff: Drawing (with bleach) from life”

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Present, Past, and Future: Irving Petlin @ Kent Fine Art

Guest contributor Eileen Jeng / The exhibition “The Still Open Case of Irving Petlin: From the Years 1960 to 2012“ at Kent Fine Art comprised a selection of the artist’s paintings and pastel drawings spanning over five decades. After World War II, Petlin moved away from the bold aesthetic sensibilities of the Chicago Imagists and … read more… “Present, Past, and Future: Irving Petlin @ Kent Fine Art”

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In retrospect: Sara Greenberger Rafferty @ Rachel Uffner

Guest contributor Eileen Jeng / Sara Greenberger Rafferty’s exhibition at Rachel Uffner Gallery explored the themes of performance, stand-up comedy, media culture, and gender identity that have preoccupied the artist for almost a decade. With several large-scale wall pieces of irregularly-shaped Plexiglas, screws drilled through acetate into the wall, and a polysilk curtain installation, Rafferty … read more… “In retrospect: Sara Greenberger Rafferty @ Rachel Uffner”

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