The Review Panel
Friday, October 29th, 2010

October, 2010: Lindquist, MacAdam and Perreault with moderator David Cohen


October 29, 2010 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York

Greg Lindquist, Barbara MacAdam, and John Perreault joined David Cohen to discuss Suzan Frecon at David Zwirner, Liz Cohen at Salon 94 Bowery, Oliver Herring at Meulensteen, and Guillermo Kuitca at Sperone Westwater.

 

Oliver Herring, Areas for Action, 2010, Installation shot, Courtesy Meulensteen

Oliver Herring, Areas for Action, 2010, Installation shot, Courtesy Meulensteen

Suzan Frecon, Cathedral series, Variation 4, 2009, Oil on wood panel, 14 7/8 x 12 x 1 Inches, Courtesy David Zwirner

Suzan Frecon, Cathedral series, Variation 4, 2009, Oil on wood panel, 14 7/8 x 12 x 1 Inches, Courtesy David Zwirner

Guillermo Kuitca, Untitled, 2009, Oil on linen, 76 3/4 x 150 1/4 Inches, Courtesy Sperone Westwater

Guillermo Kuitca, Untitled, 2009, Oil on linen, 76 3/4 x 150 1/4 Inches, Courtesy Sperone Westwater

Liz Cohen, Bodywork Steering, 2006, C-Print, 127 x 153 Centimeters, Courtesy Salon 94 Bowery

Liz Cohen, Bodywork Steering, 2006, C-Print, 127 x 153 Centimeters, Courtesy Salon 94 Bowery

 
  • Peter D’Amato

    Very interesting for my first trip to the review panel. One comment I had about the Cohen piece (which I couldn’t rationalize until the walk home) was that, if we are going to count training as a mechanic for a year as part of the “art,” how do we consider the people that actually train to be mechanics as a career (including not a small number of women, I’m sure)?