Posts from April, 2011

Teller of Tales: The Loquacity of Philip Guston

Reviews his collected writings, edited by Clark Coolidge, and a study of the late works by poet David Kaufmann.

Pulitzer won by Boston Globe Art Critic Sebastian Smee

Only the third art critic to pick up this prestigious prize.

Piero and Pastrami: Guston in Rome

On view at the Phillips Collection, Washington DC until May 15

“A Clear-Eyed Working Sculptor”: Nathaniel Kaz, 1917-2010

A founder of the Sculptors Guild who advocated for cultural relevance.

New York Academy Showcases Gregory Peterson Collection

Benefit preview of the renowned realist collection is on Friday, April 21

Now or Nothing: Contemporary Art and the Queen City

Twenty years on from the Mapplethorpe case, Cincinnati debuts a Keith Haring retrospective.

The Canon is Under Fire: What Press Releases Tell You, and What They Don’t

The abundance of self-anointed anti-establishment shows reminds us that nothing in the art world is sacred

Release Ai Weiwei

Readers are urged to sign the petition and demonstrate at consulates/embassies Sunday at 1 pm.

May Review Panel Line Up

Colleen Asper, Ariella Budick and Jeffrey Kastner are the guests.

Through the Coat-Hanger Portal: Kate Shepherd’s Debris

on view at Galerie Lelong through April 30