Deborah Kass interview at Thirsty Beach

In the May edition of Thirsty Beach, Caroline Cummings visits Deborah Kass in her studio, and they chat about Kass’s recent show at Paul Kasmin. Kass, a Brooklyn-based artist who creates works that are historically and politically analytical, draws on a variety of art historical and popular culture references, and speaks poignantly about the state … read more… “Deborah Kass interview at Thirsty Beach”

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Deborah Kass at Paul Kasmin

“Deborah Kass: feel good paintings for feel bad times,” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York. Through Oct. 13. Artnet critic Charlie Finch wallows in the Deborah Kass opening: “A fetid, humid Friday evening didn’t stop hordes of middle-aged admirers from pouring into the non-air-conditioned Paul Kasmin Gallery to view Deborah Kass’ triumphant show of ‘happy’ pictures. … read more… “Deborah Kass at Paul Kasmin”

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Feminism, painting and New York City in the 1970’s

In the Brooklyn Rail, Deborah Kass remembers how NYC’s Second Wave Feminists changed the course of painting history in the 1970’s: “When I served burgers at the Broome Street Bar and lived in a loft on West Broadway next to Towers Cafeteria, soon to be The Odeon, there were several women artists along with Elizabeth … read more… “Feminism, painting and New York City in the 1970’s”

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