Posts from September, 2010

The Grammar of the Grid

Alex Olson: As a Verb, As a Noun, In Peach and Silver, at Lisa Cooley through October 17

So Pretty When You Smile: The Gothic Enigmas of Tommy White

at Harris Lieberman through October 2


Three new galleries open on the Lower East Side, including Norman Foster’s spectacular new Sperone Westwater

Purloined Destiny: Julian Schnabel’s Polaroids

Julian Schnabel: Polaroids by Petra Giloy-Hirtz is published by Prestel.

Transcending Suburbia: An exceptional show of Gary Stephan

Gary Stephan’s ‘Painting And’ was at Woodstock’s Kleinert/James Arts Center this summer.

September 2010: Esplund, Hirsch and Scott with moderator David Cohen

Adam Fuss at Cheim & Read, Roman Signer at Swiss Institute, Arlene Shechet at Jack Shainman, and Joan Snyder at Betty Cuningham

Beta Get Your Act Together, PBS: A critical look at their new arts website

No bravos for this lackluster new site, even if the programs trump Bravo’s “Work of Art”

The Smell of Gunpowder: A visit with Roman Signer

Signer is a subject of this Friday’s Review Panel and a show at the Swiss Institute

Time out of Mind: On Deborah Garwood’s Evans Pond

Garwood’s Evans Pond series showed at the Fundación Antonio Pérez, Cuenca, Spain this summer

Vitality Amidst the Ruins: Lower Manhattan’s gritty golden age

Mixed Use, Manhattan: Photography and Related Practices at the Reina Sofia, Madrid, June 10 – September 2, 2010