Posts from November, 2013

Bear Men in the Twilight Zone: Matthew Blackwell at Edward Thorp

His sculptures and paintings explicitly cross-pollinate for the first time

Time Stands Still: Alex Katz Small Paintings

a survey from 1987 to 2013 at Peter Blum Gallery

Secular Exhilerations: Gregory Amenoff and Nature

His exhibition, Trace, is at Alexandre gallery through November 23

Hard But Used: Gender, Sexuality and Drawing

Keep Your Timber Limber was at London’s ICA this summer

Super-Sized and Compromised: Balthus at Gagosian

Balthus: The Last Studies on view through December 21.

Red Letter Day: Meg Hitchcock’s Cut-and-Pastes from Scripture

The Land of Bliss was at Studio 10, Bushwick

The Review Panel Philadelphia: Wednesday, November 13

Ena Swansea at Locks Gallery among shows to be reviewed by Ariella Budick, Astrid Bowlby, Philip Glahn

Presence, Absence, and Light in the Paintings of Elizabeth O’Reilly

Gothic New England charm with echoes of Monet and Whistler, through November 16

A Perfect Friendship: Remembering Arthur Danto

Arthur Danto (1924-2013)

Dodgy Anthropology But Formally Engrossing: Matthew Craven and the Ancient World

His show was as DCKT Contemporary