Spanking young painters at NYC galleries

In The Village Voice, Christian Viveros-Fauné reports that younger artists may be more popular with dealers and collectors, but their work brims with derivative process, lackluster imagery, and cloying self-importance. “In the art world, youth is a prize (price?) commodity. No surprise here. After all, why should the art world be different from the music … read more… “Spanking young painters at NYC galleries”

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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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Courting De Balincourt

“Jules de Balincourt: Unknowing Man’s Nature,” Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL), New York, NY. Through Oct. 13. “Unknowing Man’s Nature” is one of Artcal’s top picks, and also recommended by Art Fag City. Paddy Johnson writes about de Balincourt’s paintings in Flavorpill: “Named by New York magazine as one of ten artists most likely to succeed … read more… “Courting De Balincourt”

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