This month we’re recommending all the excellent group shows, especially the ones where old favorites hang next to younger artists who weren’t on our radar.
Tag: gallery guide
A painting-centric guide to art exhibitions in New York City, featuring Wendy White at Denny Dimin, Josh Abelow’s take on abstraction at Magenta Plains, and Alyssa Fanning at Platform Project Space.
Frieze New York arrives last week at the Shed in Hudson Yards for a four day post-lockdown reunion, but tickets are sold out, so perhaps you’ll want to check out the galleries instead. Don’t miss “Glyphadelphia” a big goup show at Hess Flatow, Keltie Ferris at Mitchell-Innes and Nash, and […]
Brooklyn Kentler International Drawing Space / Joanne Howard: Skid Marks / 353 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn, NY / April 10 to May 30 Peninsula Art Space / Mike Olin: Infinite Get / 352 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn, NY / closes May 9 Pioneer Works / Patty Chang: Milk Debt video […]
This month Two Coats of Paint is unveiling a site redesign (big thanks to Heather Bause Rubinstein for the encouragement and technical support), which includes a fantastic new feature, the Two Coats of Paint NEWSroll. The ‘roll combines the newsiness of Twitter, the utility of the old RSS readers like […]
Hello 2021! Thanks, again, readers, for your generous contributions to the Two Coats of Paint 2020 fundraising campaign. An invitation: Among the exhibitions opening this month, my show of paintings at Theodore:Art (56 Bogart Street in Bushwick) called “Morning in America” opens on Friday, January 15. I’ll be there from […]
December 2020 has finally arrived — the last month of a year that seemed as though it would never end. At Two Coats of Paint, that means I am in the middle of the year-end fundraising campaign. Membership, subscription — call it what you will — it’s your tax-deductible contributions […]
There is a bit of urgency to get out and see some shows in the next few weeks because it looks like we might be faced with another wave of Covid and, thus, another lockdown. In related news, the election is underway, so don’t forget to go out and vote. […]
Does time exist if there aren’t activities and events to fill it up? According to Aristotle and other philosophers, no. Time is inexorably connected to the things embedded in it. While in Covid-19 lockdown, time passed surprisingly quickly. I learned to keep a schedule and relish, really to look forward […]