Throbbing heart: Queerness and abstract painting

Contributed by Noah Dillon / In Stamford, Connecticut, Franklin Street Works, a non-profit art space with the curatorial vision of a marquis contemporary museum, is presenting “My Vicious Throbbing Heart: Animating Desire in Abstract Painting,” an exhibition of 34 works by a dozen artists. Curated by Risa Puleo, the exhibition aims, in the words of … read more… “Throbbing heart: Queerness and abstract painting”

Please join me: upcoming events in April, May, and June

Hello readers, I have a few events coming up and I want to make sure everyone is invited. First: A plug for the Art F City 10th Anniversary Benefit Party and Auction, which takes place on April 13 at Lightbox. Buy your tickets here. I’m on the organizing committee and I hope to see you … read more… “Please join me: upcoming events in April, May, and June”

SOLOWAY Bazaar: One day only!

I love this poster (click to see the entire image). Tomorrow, July 28, Check out the BAZAAR, 1:00 – 6:00pm, rain or shine Buy art from The Museum of Commerce, Hayden Dunham, Josh Hart and Emily Auchinchloss, Graham Collins and Jennie Lee, Tova Carlin, DRAOK, Noah Dillon, Megan Kincheloe, Hannah, Barret, Laurel Sparks, Sophy Naess, … read more… “SOLOWAY Bazaar: One day only!”

Lois Dodd and….On Kawara?

The February art section in The Brooklyn Rail is dedicated exclusively to painting. “Because we believe it is necessary periodically to take the pulse of painting, we propose in this issue to use diverse forms of criticism to examine what one can see this month in New York City,” guest art editor Vincent Katz writes … read more… “Lois Dodd and….On Kawara?”