Posts from November, 2005

James Siena at Pace, Barbara Takenaga at McKenzie Fine Art, Suzan Frecon at Peter Blum


Siena now has third solo at Pace, Takenaga on view at DC Moore.


Guillermo Kuitca at Sperone Westwater, David Salle at Mary Boone


GUILLERMO KUITCA: ACOUSTIC MASS Sperone Westwater through December 17 (415 West 13 Street, 212 999 7337) DAVID SALLE: THE VORTEX PAINTINGS Mary Boone through December 17 (541 W 24 Street, 212 752 2929) Guillermo Kuitca makes poignant abstractions out of maps, seating plans, architectural drawings, and other such schematic representations.  His images are in a…


November, 2005: Esplund, Garwood, and Rubinstein


November 4, 2005 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Lance Esplund, Deborah Garwood, and Raphael Rubinstein joined David Cohen to review Luc Tuymans at David Zwirner, Elizabeth Murray at the Museum of Modern Art, Jeremy Blake at Feigen Contemporary and Luis Gispert and Jeffrey Reed at Zach Feuer.


Ron Milewicz: Recent Paintings


As the artist opens his show of new work at Elizabeth Harris Gallery September 5.


Josef and Anni Albers: Designs for Living


“Josef and Anni Albers: Design for Living” at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum is a tour de force of what I’ll call ‘restrained intimacy’. Both were students at the Bauhaus where they took the best their teachers had to offer, and through their intense dialogue with one another created something no artistic movement could contrive: actual love of material form.


Sam Martineau and Anne Deleporte


SAM MARTINEAU Brooklyn Fire Proof 101 Richardson St., btwn. Leonard St. & Manhattan Ave. Williamsburg Sat. & Sun.1 p.m.-6p.m. Through Nov. 13 718- 302-4702 ANNE DELEPORTE Roebling Hall 390 Wythe Ave., at S. Fourth St. Fri.-Mon. noon-6p.m. Through Oct. 31 718-599-5352 Two artists who paint on material culled from newspapers and magazines have exhibitions in…


Ronnie Landfield & Peter Reginato: Color Coded


Heidi Cho Gallery 522 West 23rd Street New York, NY 10011 October 14th – Nov 12, 2005 These artists have known each other for over thirty years. The exhibition is a combination of intensely colored paintings and sculptures that embody different world views. Ronnie Landfield attempts to transcend the material world by avoiding representation while…