Posts from November, 2004

Susan Rothenberg at Sperone Westwater


s”Susan Rothenberg, Drawings 1974-2004″ through through 18 December, 2004 at Sperone Westwater, 415 West 13 Street, New York A version of this article first appeared in the New York Sun, November 25, 2004 Susan Rothenberg’s champions have a problem which mere casual admirers like myself can easily avoid.  To us, she is a capable, sensitive expressionist…


November, 2004: Danto, Naves, and Siegel


November 5, 2004 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Arthur C. Danto, Mario Naves, and Katy Siegel joined David Cohen to review Barbara Kruger at Mary Boone, Christo and Jeanne Claude at the National Academy, Carroll Dunham  at Barbara Gladstone and Tom Otterness on Broadway


Bendix Harms at Anton Kern Gallery, Richard Bosman at Elizabeth Harris, Carroll Dunham at Gladstone Gallery


“Bendix Harms” at Anton Kern Gallery until December 4 (532 W. 20th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 212-367-9663) “Richard Bosman” at Elizabeth Harris Gallery until November 13 (529 W. 20th Street between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 212-463-9666) “Carroll Dunham” at Gladstone Gallery until December 4 (515 W. 24th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh, 212-206-9300…


Joan Snyder


Joan Snyder: Work on Paper: 1970s and Recent Alexandre Gallery 41 East 57th Street, 212-755-2828 Joan Snyder: Women Make Lists Betty Cuningham Gallery 541 West 25 Street, 212-242-2772 A version of this article was first published at The New York SUN, November 18, 2004 If you were just a tyke in the 70s, you missed…


Terry Winters 1981-1986


Matthew Marks Gallery 523 West 24 Street New York NY 10011 212-243-0200 November 6 to December 24, 2004 Strangely there are currently a number of shows around town of 80′s art. One of the best is Matthew Marks show of Terry Winters paintings and drawings from 1981 to 1986. These are some of the earliest…


Fermin Rocker 1907-2004


A version of this obituary was published in the London Independent on October 20, 2004 Fermin Rocker himself had recognized that his current show at the Chambers Gallery in London would be his last. For some time he had been tired. His eyes were not as good as they were, and walking the few yards to…


The New MoMA: a roundtable moderated by Aaron Yassin with Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, Deven Golden, Susan Jennings and Christian Viveros-Faune


The place of contemporary art in New York City is changing. With the scheduled reopening this November of the Museum of Modern Art on 53rd Street, the $858 million project will create 125,000 square feet of new and renovated gallery space, and a new era for the museum will begin. It will unquestionably be an…