Posts from October, 2016

A Featured Exhibition from WEEK AT A GLANCE at THE LIST


(Friday) Jimmy Wright at Fierman Never trust a man who paints nothing but flowers: something else is going on, either in secret, in his past, or perhaps indeed hiding in plain sight in those beautiful damned flowers! With Jimmy Wright one wouldn’t be surprised if it turns out to be all three. Wright arrived in…


Latest Podcast of The Review Panel from October 18, 2016:


David Humphrey, Paddy Johnson and Terence Trouillot, joined by moderator David Cohen.


Tomorrow (Wednesday) at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: Colleen Asper and Judith Stein join David Cohen for The Review Panel Philadephia


reviewing work by Todd Baldwin, Victoria Burge, Luba Drozd, Brian James Spies and Kocot and Hatton


Flood of Images: Nathaniel Dorsky and Jerome Hiler at the New York Film Festival


Two experimental filmmakers depict the world, using the methodology of poetry.


Faux Faux and Hooker Shoes: Parlor Games in Bushwick


What a World, What a World at The Parlour Bushwick through November 6


Spilled Blood: Calvin Marcus at Clearing


A show of new paintings puts questions to cultural assumptions about war.


If a goose has been laying golden eggs for 11 years, why change its diet?


Exceptions to prove the rules in Philadelphia and Brooklyn


Commentary: Towards a more fluid definition of Blackness


“The art world needs to renew its ideas of racial inclusion”


Modernism isn’t a style, he insisted, it’s a working attitude. Walter Darby Bannard, 1934 to 2016


The artist passed on the eve of a show of new work, at Berry Campbell through November 12


Towards a more fluid definition of Blackness


“The art world needs to renew its ideas of racial inclusion”