Weekend report: Studio pop-in with Leslie Wayne and Don Porcaro, Doppler, Crystal Fairy

Despite the heat, humidity, and overall stink, I love summer in New York City. For everyone who has decamped for more temperate climes, here are a few highlights from the past weekend. At Parallel Art Space, I stopped by the jammed opening for  Doppler, a handsome and eye-popping show organized by artist Mel Prest featuring … read more… “Weekend report: Studio pop-in with Leslie Wayne and Don Porcaro, Doppler, Crystal Fairy”

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Weekend report: Casualism's heredity, visit to The Brooklyn Museum,Museum Hours, studio update

At Hyperallergic, Thomas Micchelli still has Casualism on the brain. In his excellent review of “Reinventing Abstraction,” an exhibition of 1980s abstract painting curated by Raphael Rubinstein, Micchelli suggests that “the genome of this generation of post-minimal abstractionists, who were born between 1939 and 1949, is embedded in the Provisional/Casual DNA,” and he’s absolutely right. … read more… “Weekend report: Casualism's heredity, visit to The Brooklyn Museum,Museum Hours, studio update”

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