Posts from September, 2011

How Active Need A Viewer Be? Noémie Lafrance at Black & White

Five more peformances September 24 and 25

China Modernism/Harvard Semiotics

Gao Minglu’s Total Modernity and the Avant-Garde in Twentieth-Century Chinese Art

Stonewall Me and I’ll Facebook You!

Artist Oriane Stender exposes travails of the troubled Allan Stone Gallery

Lecture Season launches with Kara Walker at Pratt

artcritical details talks, panels, presentations at New York’s schools and museums

Mandalas Amidst the Plaids: Stephen Mueller, 1947-2011

A tribute to the painter and writer who died last week.

Encounters Between Seer and Seen: Lee Ufan at the Guggenheim

His retrospective continues through September 28.

The Reductive Expands: MINUS SPACE will move from 175 feet in Gowanus to a Dumbo loft

Last show in old space closes September 17

Fueling the Pop-Up Phenomenon: Chelsea’s newest venue is the Lukoil Gas Station

art among the rows of candy and snacks, opens September 15

From September 2001: A Tribute to the Twin Towers

and from September 2011, a reminder of the loss of artist Michael Richards


September 30: Carly Berwick, Ellie Bronson, David Cohen and Ken Johnson discuss Goicolea, Erlich, Katz and Steinbach