Posts from June, 2010

Twister: John Giorno at Nicole Klagsbrun

In his debut art show the septuagenerian poet shows wittily and nihilistically twisted truisms

Molly Dilworth to refresh Times Square with cool blue surface treatments

Molly Dilworth will cover seven blocks of Broadway with swathes of swirling blue.

Gagosian to represent the estate of Robert Rauschenberg

After fifteen years at Pace, the late Robert Rauschenberg is to be represented by Gagosian Gallery.

Seventh Annual Atlantic Avenue ArtWalk June 5 and 6

The 2010 Atlantic Avenue ArtWalk is the largest and most ambitious event in this annual series to date.

Guggenheim holds online competition to Re:Contemplate the Void

The Guggenheim invites artists to reimagine the interior of the Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic building.

Warm for Wintour: Alex Katz at the National Portrait Gallery

“September Issue” star Anna Wintour is coaxed into shedding her trademark shades

Dawn Clements at The Boiler (Pierogi)

One senses that drawing is how Clements comes to grips with her surroundings, whether those stimuli are constructed, imagined or discovered.

Michael Goldberg at Knoedler & Company

Given their extraordinary force and paradoxical restraint, these paintings represent the kind of psychic change that distinguishes the fifties from the sixties.

Gerard Mosse at Elga Wimmer

Reinterpreting Flavin’s purist experiments with light within the medium of oil on linen enables Mosse to describe the moment when color becomes something as indefinable as light.