Posts from February, 2014

Illegible Ghosts: Zheng Shengtian and Wang Dongling at Chambers Fine Art

Calligraphy, translation and creative misreading

Bob’s Sebring: Robert Bechtle at Gladstone

Jewel-like paintings and drawings by the veteran Photorealist

A Gentle Giant: Po Kim (1917-2014)

Korean exile found refuge in Lower Manhattan and in fantasy worlds.

As Abstract as Indigestion: Sue Williams at 303 Gallery

Paintings that revisit the trauma of 9/11 without sentimentality or patriotism

“the poems keep getting shorter/the explanations longer”: Leo Fitzpatrick at the National Exemplar

A young artist’s still-life portraits of poetry, now extended to February 22

Night and Day: Ena Swansea, Reversible

A show of paintings and a sofa at Friedman Benda, through February 15

James Siena Launches Lecture Season at New York Studio School

talking tonight, Tuesday, on his own work

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Camp Blanding: The Naked and the Undead in Philip Pearlstein

His show, curated by Robert Storr, is at the New York Studio School

Risk on the Horizon: Melissa Meyer at Lennon, Weinberg

Her show of paintings and watercolors enters its final week