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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Last chance: Peter Doig

In The Brooklyn Rail, Greg Lindquist looks at Peter Doig’s new large-scale paintings, which are up until tomorrow at Gavin Brown and Michael Werner. “While Doig’s current work reflects his recent relocation to Trinidad and the unaccustomed imagery this has inspired, the paintings lack material presence. The canvases in these galleries are murky, thin (the … read more… “Last chance: Peter Doig”

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Per Kirkeby at Michael Werner

“Per Kirkeby: New Paintings,” Michael Werner, New York, NY. Through Jan. 19. Per Kirkeby is interested in relationships: between nature and architecture, matter and light, abstraction and metaphysics. In this exhibition of 10, 3 x 4 foot, paintings, all made in the last two years, he continues the exploration. In the NYSun, Stephen Maine reports. … read more… “Per Kirkeby at Michael Werner”

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