Posts from March, 2012

“A Pure and Remote View”: James Cahill on Scholarship and the Web


A veteran historian of Chinese and Japanese art


Minimalism, Golden Age-Style: Still Lifes by Toon Kuijpers


The Amsterdam-based painter shows at Howard Scott through April 7


Signals: Shura Chernozatonskaya at the Brooklyn Museum


Her show, part of the Raw/Cooked series, continues through April 8


Doing the Loop-de-Loop: The latest surprise from Ellen Berkenblit


Her show continues at Anton Kern Gallery through March 31


Paint the Town Red: Shephard Fairey takes Dallas


Street artist’s murals are bringing new audience to the Dallas Contemporary


Past The City Limits: Greg Lindquist Breaks New Ground


His recent show at Elizabeth Harris marks a turning point in his career


Eve Sonneman at Nohra Haime Gallery


Her diptych photographs and a selection of paintings are on view through April 28


Dreams and Desires from the Middle of Nowhere: Carolee Schneemann in Illinois


Legendary film and performance artist on view at the Krannert Art Museum


Working Space 1600: Shows in Rome of Guercino, Caravaggio and their Contemporaries


Reflections on Baroque painting and modernism.


Rising Sun on the Hudson: New Fair for Japanese Contemporary Art


Photos and commentary from Armory Week’s latest addition, hpgrp Gallery’s New City Art Fair