NY Times Art in Review: Powhida, Katz, Minter

“WILLIAM POWHIDA: The Writing Is on the Wall,” Schroeder-Romero, New York, NY. Through May 16 Holland Cotter: William Powhida, art world vigilante, virtuoso draftsman, compulsive calligrapher, fantasist autobiographer and recently self-announced gallery owner and art dealer, has a semi-solo show at Schroeder-Romero well worth catching. As in the past, Mr. Powhida, who lives and works … read more… “NY Times Art in Review: Powhida, Katz, Minter”

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Marilyn Minter: It’s about maintaining the integrity of the ideas

Marilyn Minter’s work examines glamour and its seedy underbelly through a juxtaposition of photorealistic paintings and painterly photographs which hone in on the moment where “clarity becomes abstraction and beauty commingles with the grotesque.” In her upcoming show at Salon 94, Minter will present “Pop Rocks,” her largest painting to date. An exploration of painting … read more… “Marilyn Minter: It’s about maintaining the integrity of the ideas”

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