Hurvin Anderson’s barbershop paintings

Hurvin Anderson, “Peter’s Sitters 2,” 2009, 187 cm x 147 cm. Courtesy of Thomas Dane Gallery. British painter Hurvin Anderson is may be mid-career, with a solo show at London’s Tate Britain under his belt, but his show at the Studio Museum Harlem is his first big show in the US. In Time Out, Howard … read more… “Hurvin Anderson’s barbershop paintings”

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Dorothy Iannone’s career: “A long time coming”

Dorothy Iannone, “Let me squeeze your fat cunt,” 1970-71, acrylic and collage on canvas, 74.8″ x 59.1″ In Time Out, Howard Halle reports that the freshly resurrected career of Dorothy Iannone, born in 1933 in Boston and currently living and working in Berlin, is a good example of an older, underappreciated artist who benefited from … read more… “Dorothy Iannone’s career: “A long time coming””

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Sigmar Polke sees the light

In Time Out New York Howard Halle reports that Sigmar Polke’s “Lens Paintings” are further testament, if any is needed, to the power of an artist’s “late” style.” This is the first show of new works in New York by Polke in 11 years, and in it, the German artist seems to gaze retrospectively at … read more… “Sigmar Polke sees the light”

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New reviews: Kara Walker’s racy cutouts

“Kara Walker: My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love,” organized by Philippe Vergne and Yasmil Raymond, both from the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN. Whitney Museum of American Art, , New York, NY. Through Feb. 3. UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA March 2 to June 8, 2008. At Time Out New York, Howard … read more… “New reviews: Kara Walker’s racy cutouts”

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