Posts from December, 2016

“Romantic and adventurous language”: Robert Walser’s Critical Essays


A new anthology of translated essays by the critic Robert Walser — with needed insights for the contemporary era.


“Him for whom the world was not enough”: Siah Armajani at Alexander Gray Associates


An ode to poets, a philosopher, and a martyr, as tombs and temples to their greatness.


December 13, 2016 with Seph Rodney, Martha Schwendener and Ryan Lee Wong


David Cohen’s guests reviewed exhibitions of Ai Weiwei, Mark Leckey, Sascha Braunig and Daniel Horowitz


The Review Panel, This Evening, Brooklyn Public Library

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Totem and Taboo

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By special arrangement, Tillou Fine Art will open today from 1pm to 6.30pm to accommodate audience attending The Review Panel this evening at 7pm. Daniel Horowitz: Totem and Taboo is one of the shows to be discussed. Brooklyn Public Library is a 20 minutes walk from Tillou. Horowitz’s paintings, which are exhibited alongside a collection…


Reverberations: Revisiting David Ireland’s “Skellig” Work


The life and work of an influential West Coast Conceptualist, and the estate that houses his legacy.


One, Two, Three, Four: THE REVIEW PANEL


The line-up for December 13, expressed as a riddle


A Featured Event from THE LIST

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Elena Sisto in Conversation with Elizabeth Hazan at the New York Studio School December 6, 2016 at 8 West 8th Street. Full details of this event and more at LECTURES/EVENTS In anticipation of her live discussion at the Studio School with Elizabeth Hazan this evening, consider these words Elena Sisto’s dialogue with another fellow painter, Leslie…


One, Two, Three, Four: THE REVIEW PANEL


The line-up for December 13, expressed as a riddle


“It’s All About Color”: Siri Berg at the Fiterman


At 95, the artist enjoys her retrospective at the Borough of Manhattan Community College