Posts from July, 2011

The Weight of Narrative: Photographs of David Goldblatt

His exhibition at Johannesburg’s Market Photo Workshop,  founded under Apartheid

The Review Panel: September 30 Launch of Eighth Annual Season

Carly Berwick, Ellie Bronson and Peter Plagens will be David Cohen’s guests

“along the needle of my heart”: Leonora Carrington, 1917-2011

In tribute to the Surrealist painter, a poem from David Pollard’s Self-Portraits series.

Punk Rock Nirvana: Matt Jones’s Multiverse

Was at at Freight + Volume this spring.

Anatomy of a Sitting: Lucian Freud Paints A Portrait

Review of Martin Gayford’s recent book, Man with a Blue Scarf

Are You Experienced? Ken Johnson on Psychedelic Consciousness

After you read this book, lots of familiar art will look different

“The Bewildering Multiplicity of Things Seen”: Landscape Paintings of Hilton Miller

The 80 year old artist received his debut in London earlier this year.  He is father of Irish painter Nick Miller, currently showing at the Concord Art Association

“The Wall of Vagina” at (where else?) The Hole

Performance by The Girls of Karen Black took place at the Bowery’s newest gallery on June 27

Art is for Everyone: Caravaggio and Street Protests in Louisville, Kentucky

Channeling their own brand of the Arab Spring, arts community protests unseat the 30 year head of the city’s arts trust; plus an exhibition of Caravaggio…

Sin City Goes Tea Total

artcritical editor David Cohen reports from the World Tea Expo, Las Vegas