Posts from September, 2009

Will Ryman: A New Beginning at Marlborough Chelsea


As in the films of David Lynch, a seedy underbelly lurks below this rosy landscape.


Samantha Keely Smith at the Art Under the Bridge Festival


This was an artcritical PIC in September 2009.


Enoc Perez at Mitchell-Innes & Nash


Enoc Perez uses the contours of modernist architecture and feminine beauty to explore ideas of longing, nostalgia, optimism and melancholy.


Frank Stella at Paul Kasmin Gallery


This was an artcritical PIC in September 2009.


Remembering Stanley Boxer: A retrospective, 1946-2000


An exhibition of Boxer’s work runs at Spanierman Gallery through February 18


Israel Hershberg at Marlborough Chelsea


This was an artcritical PIC in September 2009.


Please DO use your cell phones in the Museum


The Brooklyn Museum made a new mobile Web application available to museum visitors on August 26. This interactive program has a number of features and mainly acts as a personalized museum guide. Visitors can create individualized tours of the museum by calling up images from the museum’s online image archive that are formatted specifically for…


Apropos Labor Day: A Fair on Governor’s Island


A short and free ferry ride will take Manhattanites and Brooklynites to an island wide exhibition of the work of over 150 international independent artists and galleries. The Second Annual Governors Island Art Fair will be open to the public every weekend September 5-27 from 11am to 6pm. Ferries to Governors Island are available from…


Hyman Bloom


The 97 year old Hyman Bloom passed away August 26. His work is included in the current exhibition at the Phillips Collection, Paint Made Flesh, reviewed at artcritical by David Cohen, while a traveling exhibition of his work opens September 13 at Yeshiva University Museum. A full tribute and review will follow at artcritical. Back in…


Distinguished Service Order, Contd.


The benefit gala season is upon the art world, making it the turn of distinguished artists, patrons, and scholars to bask in a little glory. The Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art is presenting their medal to Richard Artschwager, Douglas S. Cramer and Jack Lenor Larsen while art critic and curator Klaus Kertess receives the Lawrence A….