Posts from January, 2003

Donald Beal: New Paintings


Prince Street Gallery 530 West 25th Street, New York NY 10001 January 7 through 25, 2003 Tues – Sat 11 – 6 PM Donald Beal’s instinct for color is deeply appealing. And instinct it is. Color sense cannot be forced. It has to come of itself, rather as memories do, by natural association and unbidden,…


Romanticism and Its Discontents, by Anita Brookner


Isaiah Berlin said that all the problems of our age could be traced back to Romanticism. Anita Brookner heard him lecture on the subject and decided to teach it herself. This took place at the Courtauld Institute where she was an authority on eighteenth century painting. She has written monographs on Greuze, Jacques-Louis David and…


William Kentridge: Zeno Writing


William Kentridge Zeno Writing Marian Goodman Gallery 24 West 57 Street, New York November 8, 2002- January 4, 2003 ‘Zeno Writing’, a multi-media project by South African artist William Kentridge which included a short animated film and supporting drawings, recently on show at Marian Goodman, is based on Italo Svevo’s 1923 novel Confessions of Zeno. The novel,…