Delia Brown’s children

According to Brown the title of her new show at D’Amelio Terras, ‘Precious,’ refers to gendered attitudes toward painting. In art school during the late 80s, students were told not to be ‘precious,’ which was a way of saying that paintings had to be bold, muscular, unattached, unsentimental – in a word, masculine. Brown embraces … read more… “Delia Brown’s children”

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The art of restitution

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s “Berlin Street Scene” (1913–14), on view at Neue Galerie, New York, NY. Through September 17. In the Village Voice, Morgan Falconer reports: “This show celebrates its arrival, bringing together similarly debauched urban imagery by Kirchner’s Berlin contemporaries. But while Street Scene is the showpiece, others outstrip it in decadence. George Grosz’s drawings … read more… “The art of restitution”

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