Catching up with Adam Cvijanovic

Back when I was an art student in Boston, everyone swooned over Adam Cvijanovic’s amazing command over paint and powerful subjectmatter, so I’m looking forward to seeing his ambitious new show based on D. W. Griffith’s 1916 silent epic “Intolerance,” at Bellwether this month. In the NY Times, Carol Kino profiles the irrepressible painter.“’I’m basically … read more… “Catching up with Adam Cvijanovic”

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Stegner’s hot cops at Bellwether

“Jansson Stegner,” Bellwether, New York, NY. Through Dec. 22. In ArtCal Zine, Joshua Johnson reports that Stegner has left behind the brushwork and personal touch seen in his previous work in favor of something more aloof. “Stegner’s subjects, police officers, are portrayed in a mannerist style, lounging in ideal naturalistic settings. That mannerism is one … read more… “Stegner’s hot cops at Bellwether”

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NYTimes art reviews: Franks, Frankfort, de Balincourt, Calame

“NATALIE FRANK: Where She Stops,” Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY. Through Oct. 13. Martha Schwendener reports: “The real friction here comes from seeing a painter in her 20s exhibiting works in Chelsea that look like work you would see in traditionalist strongholds on 57th Street. The implication is that there’s something radical in Ms. … read more… “NYTimes art reviews: Franks, Frankfort, de Balincourt, Calame”

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