Posts from May, 2012

The External Feminine: Chantal Joffe at Cheim & Read

The British painter’s portraits of women are on view through June 22

Sly Sexuality and Rigorous Tailoring: Late Paintings of Domenico Gnoli

Antidote to Arte Povera: His work from the 1960s at Luxemboug & Dayan

A New Hero: Katherine Bradford at Edward Thorp

Katherine Bradford: Small Ships is at Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects through October 13.

Over Here: Three Americans in London, Testing the Boundaries between Object and Subject

William Corwin at George and Jørgen, Pascual Sisto at Seventeen, Trisha Baga at Vilma Gold

A Radical’s Romantic Side: Dan Flavin’s Drawings at the Morgan

A different, private side of the minimalist artist

How Capitalism Functions: Carol Syzmanski at Guided by Invoices

“this marvelously suggestive mini-retrospective” is up through May 26

Of Scientific Pinterest: “Science on the Back End” at Hauser & Wirth

A group show curated by Matthew Day Jackson, until June 16

When Academic Isn’t a Dirty Word

The Arts and Letters ceremonial is the art world’s Oscars

The Sweetness of Arabia via Small Town Virginia and Arts and Letters

From hostess days at her father’s restaurants to curatorial duties at the American Academy, a trusted recipe

Eastern Promise: Brice Marden at Matthew Marks

Renewing his engagement with Chinese art, his own is richly rewarded