Posts from July, 2016

Slippery Conditions: A Show of Drawings by Cora Cohen


Seen at the New York Studio School earlier this summer


Dust Settling: Yvonne Rainer Choreographs History at The Kitchen


The dancer and performance artist plays with mortality and geological time in a new iteration of her famous work.


Death and Resurrection in the City: Tim Portlock at Locks Gallery


An exhibition of video and prints exploring landscapes of an apocalyptic future built on the present.


Fully Fathoming Louise Fishman: Two Surveys of Her Work


The artist’s paintings and drawings are now on view in Philadelphia PA and Purchase NY.


“Art in a social universe”: Wilfredo Prieto in Conversation with Leslie Moody Castro


The sculptor talks about his exhibition in Mexico DF and cultural politics.


Latest Podcast: The Season Finale of The Review Panel at Brooklyn Public Library

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Christina Kee, Mónica de la Torre and Christopher Stackhouse were moderator David Cohen’s guests at the Brooklyn Public Library June 10 where the The Review Panel deliberated upon a bumper roster of shows and singular sculpture commissions by artists Leslie Hewitt, Goshka Macuga, Rodney McMillian, Cornelia Parker and Martin Puryear, whose “Bling” remains on view at Madison Square Park…


Making Glorious Something Slight: Paul Lee at Maccarone, Los Angeles


Lee’s abstract sculpture and painting reveal technological, social, and art historical allusions.


Live Fully and Well: Art at Slag Gallery in a Time of Trauma


In the wake of several highly visible acts of violence, artists present works of passion and compassion.