Posts from November, 2008

Liza Lou at L&M Arts


We all know that beautiful artifacts are grand commodities, and so have to be carefully guarded. But by making her sculptures beautiful and menacing, both at the same time, Lou brings home that contradiction.


Willard Boepple at Lori Bookstein Fine Art


Willard Boepple at Lori Bookstein Fine Art


James Hyde


James Hyde at the School of Visual Arts


Linda Stillman at NEXTGallery


Linda Stillman at NEXTGallery


Frankenthaler at Eighty: Six Decades at Knoedler & Company


A “pink lady” is a cocktail made with gin, Grenadine, cream and egg white—the gin packs a punch masked by the more ladylike ingredients. The punch in this painting lies in how its image, suggesting (among much else) an orchid and a human heart, boils upward and outward, from its slate-blue core through the billowing peach and fuchsia of its sides to the splattering blast of blue and reds at the top.


D.Dominick Lombardi at Dorsky Gallery


D.Dominick Lombardi at Dorsky Gallery


Ines Bancalari at Contemporary Latin American art fair


Ines Bancalari at Contemporary Latin American art fair


Elizabeth Peyton


Elizabeth Peyton


November, 2008: Honigman, Fyfe, and Naves


November 14, 2009 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Ana Finel Honigman, Joe Fyfe, and Mario Naves joined David Cohen to review Lothar Baumgarten at Marian Goodman, Sue Coe at Gallerie St. Etienne, Ron Gorchov at Nicholas Robinson, and Elizabeth Peyton at the New Museum.


Alison Saar


Alison Saar