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Friday, January 13th, 2012

Intimate Love, Infinite Line and Sunflower Seeds by the Thousand


The Review Panel: January 27 at the National Academy Museum, 1083 Fifth Avenue

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artcritical’s The Review Panel  returns to the National Academy Museum January 27 at the new start time of 6.30 PM.  Anthony Haden-Guest is welcomed as a new voice on the panel where he joins veterans Michèle Cone and Berlin-based Ana Finel Honigman, and the program’s founder moderator David Cohen

Ai Weiwei’s Sunflower Seeds, installed in 2010 at the Tate Turbine Hall in London, has its first New York exposure at Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea where it opened January 7.  Slater Bradley is showing a video titled “Don’t Let Me Disappear” at Team in SoHo, which opened yesterday (January 12).  The panelists have also picked Sarah Sze’s ongoing exhibition, Infinite Line, at the Asia Society, consisting of a small display of older work and a large new body of work, and a show by the young expressionist painter, Lola Montes Schnabel, title “Love Before Intimacy,” at the Hole.

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Sarah Sze at work on her installation at the Asia Society

Sarah Sze at work on her installation at the Asia Society

PLAY OUR NEW YEAR’S QUIZ AND WIN A DRAWING BY DAVID COHEN

artcritical takes this opportunity to wish readers and followers of The Review Panel a year of stimulating reading and impassioned debate.  The New Year’s Quiz at artcritical has this drawing by David Cohen as its prize.

David Cohen, Untitled (Lunch in the Studio), 2008. Graphite, 12-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches. Courtesy of the Artist

David Cohen, Untitled (Lunch in the Studio), 2008. Graphite, 12-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches. Courtesy of the Artist


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