Fran O’Neill: Slow evolution, constant undulation

At online mag ArtCritical, David Cohen selects Fran O’Neill’s second solo show at the John Davis Gallery in Hudson, NY, as the Pic of the Day. “Her latest series is a breakthrough: these sumptuous, all-over abstractions built of mind-bogglingly intricate details are oceanic in their fusion of decorative and labor intensity. Like the ocean, there … read more… “Fran O’Neill: Slow evolution, constant undulation”

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Glantzman: Searching for self

At ArtCritical, Cathy Quinlan reports that Judy Glantzman’s work, on view at Betty Cunningham, has evolved. “In the first years this decade, Judy Glantzman’s paintings were of the single figure, painted and repainted: female, with multiple personalities and isolated in space. Suddenly, in 2004, there was a population explosion. It was as if these women … read more… “Glantzman: Searching for self”

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