Posts from May, 2013

Bushwick Just Got Bigger: Open Studios This Weekend

The 7th annual Bushwick Open Studio festival.

Jon Imber at Queens College

on view through June 15 in Flushing, Queens

The World isn’t a Monochrome: In the Studio with DeShawn Dumas

A young painter on the eve of his first solo exhibition in New York

Daring to be Beautiful: Robert Zakanitch at Nancy Hoffman

Pattern and Decoration is a reductive and therefore not very astute term in relation to Zakanitch

One Foot In The Sublime: John Zurier at Peter Blum

The monochrome paintings achieve greater particularity when worked small

A Romp Through A Flesh-Colored Universe: Maria Petschnig’s Video Installations

On view through June 16 at On Stellar Rays

Imprinting Memory in Space: Giosetta Fioroni at the Drawing Center

Belated New York debut of Sixties Rome Pop Artist

Joan Linder at Mixed Greens

on view through May 24

Repetition as a Tool of Revelation: The Work of Keith Smith

Photography with stitching, at Bruce Silverstein through June 1

Just Off Madison: Open House By Private Dealers Celebrating American Art Week

In conjunction with American sales at the auction houses