Posts from January, 2005

Cecily Brown at Gagosian and Marc Quinn at Mary Boone


Cecily Brown at Gagosian until February 26 555 W. 24th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 212-741-1111 Marc Quinn at Mary Boone until February 26 529 W. 24th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 212-752-2929 Cecily Brown discovered, as a teenager, that she was the daughter of the man some believe to have been England’s…


Anthony Caro at Mitchell-Innes & Nash


“Anthony Caro: Painted Sculpture” at Mitchell-Innes & Nash until February 6 1018 Madison Avenue between 78th and 79th Streets, 212-744-7400 You could call Sir Anthony Caro the Madonna of sculpture. However irreverent to recall the Pop diva in relation to so high-minded a modernist as Mr. Caro, the sculptor shares with the entertainer a protean…


Susan Shatter: New Watercolors From Maine


lyonswiergallery 511 West 25th Street 212.242.6220 January 6 – February 5, 2005 Susan Shatter’s painting is not seen often enough. The last time I looked at her work was at the American Academy of Arts and Letters. It was just two years ago at the Academy’s annual invitational. The two small oils were on view…


Jack Levine at 90


DC Moore Gallery 724 Fifth Ave. 212-247-2111 January 6 – January 29, 2005 A version of this article was first published at The New York SUN, January, 2005 Jack Levine is a hanging judge, bless him. His merciless Court of Peculiars has been in session since the 1930s, pronouncing sentence with the zest of the…


Steven Parrino 1958-2005


Just scrolling through Team gallery’s website to look at some of the images of Steve Parrino’s work made me sad ( in the first hours of the new year the artist had a fatal accident on his motorcycle near his home in brooklyn ) I only met him once or twice but I reviewed his…


Lois Dickson: Paintings


John Davis Gallery 330 West 38th Street, Suite 511 New York, New York 10018 212-244-3797 January 6 – January 29 Lois Dickson paints what Cézanne called the “bones of nature.” Her primary subject matter here is bracket fungus, or asymmetrical rows of scalloped spores that grow on fallen trees, and other types of fungi with…