Posts from May, 2016

Bytes and Biting Satire: Feminist Video at Franklin Street Works


New videos by emerging and established artists explore feminism’s overlapping modes.


artcritical Prize at PAFA: JONATHAN LYNDON CHASE

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Now in its second year, the artcritical prize at the Annual Student Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, chosen by faculty vote, awards a graduating MFA student an article in these pages. Author DIDIER WILLIAM was recently named chair of the MFA program at PAFA. read Didier’s essay here


Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Winner of the artcritical Prize, opens tonight at Thierry Goldberg Gallery


It feels good to back a winner, as appears to be the case with Jonathan Lyndon Chase. Readers in New York City today (July 7) can judge for themselves at Thierry Goldberg where Chase’s exhibition, “Sweet and Hard,” opens this evening. Now in its second year, the artcritical prize at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine…


The Journey of Life is Circular: Fred Holland, 1951 to 2016


simple, often organic materials intertwined personal memories with his African American heritage


Power and Politics in the Paintings of Nguyen Manh Hung


A show of paintings in Ho Chi Minh City subtly inserts subversive content into the censored art scene of Vietnam.


Alain Kirili at Hionas Gallery


His three-sculpture show was on view in April and May


A Look Back at a Preview: Frieze New York 2016


Dasha Zhukova with sculpture by Yayoi Kusama


Faith and Formalism: Rachel Harrison at MoMA


The sculptor examines religious faith as feeling carefully for something not fully seen.


Screen Life or Real: William Leavitt’s “Telemetry” at Greene Naftali


The artist’s domestic tableaux use screens and ersatz furnishings to scrutinize the real world.


Before The Law: Cristóbal Lehyt at Johannes Vogt


Vogt’s first show in new Lower East Side premises