Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: July 2019

Here is our selected listing of summer shows, primarily painting, in New York this month. I’ll be at the studio in DUMBO for most of the month (just got a batch of new canvases, follow work in progress here), and then, at the end, I’m off for a road trip to Canada. Give me a shout if you’re in Portland, Halifax, Cape Breton, … read more… “Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: July 2019”

Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: June 2019

UPDATED June 25, 2019 / In June Basel hosts the international art world from Tuesday, June 11, to Sunday, June 16, so beware that NYC openings will be sparse and a slew of #artbasel2019 posts will be flooding your Instagram feed. At the end of the list this month, we’ve added a “Roadtrip” section that includes … read more… “Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: June 2019”

Marina Adams: Radically soft and optimistic

Contributed by by Danielle Wu / Given the influx of politically oriented exhibitions lately, “Soft Power,” Marina Adams’s solo at Salon 94 offers an ethereal mind space that provides relief from all the strain and strife. Wavy blocks of bright color, from lemony yellows to saltwater blues, nest together, embracing each other’s outlines. Standing in front of … read more… “Marina Adams: Radically soft and optimistic”

Report: Women Art Critics in the Age of the Internet / Open Studio with Peter Scherrer

On Wednesday evening at Ceres Gallery, I participated in a panel discussion with Jill Conner (art critic, founder of artists-studios.com), Amy Lipton (curator, arts writer, co-director ecoartspace.blogspot.com), and Kara Rooney (managing art editor of brooklynrail.org) about art criticism in the age of the Internet, with a particular focus on women’s contributions. Artist Susan Grabel organized … read more… “Report: Women Art Critics in the Age of the Internet / Open Studio with Peter Scherrer”