Posts from February, 2017

Art Book Review and Reading: “The World New Made” by Timothy Hyman


David Carbone and Julie Heffernan join moderator David Cohen at the New York Studio School


A Natural-Born Storyteller: The Writings of Sean Scully


Inner: The Collected Writings and Selected Interviews of Sean Scully


The End of History: Adrian Ghenie at Pace


New works by the Romanian painter were on view at Pace in Chelsea


Featured item from THE LIST: Doron Langberg at 1969


The breakout paintings of Doron Langberg from around five years ago collided intimism and raunch to potent effect. Their slow-read romantic symbolism hovered between coyness and luxuriance as if the brush could’t quite believe the homoerotic explicitness it was being enlisted to depict. The latest paintings from this still-young Israeli-born, UPenn and Yale graduate, on view…


February 7, 2017: Jessica Bell Brown, Jennifer Samet and John Yau were David Cohen’s guests


Exhibitions of Marina Adams, Sadie Barnette, Tamara Gonzales, Marjorie Welish and Jack Whitten


From the archives: Eva Díaz in 2013, with Ken Johnson and Chloé Rossetti


Lorna Williams, Wolfgang Tillmans, Alexi Worth and Brock Enright


From the archives: Stephanie Buhmann in 2014, with Mario Naves and Saul Ostrow


David Maisel, John Newman, Jackie Saccoccio, Allan Wexler are the artists discussed


From the archives: Peter Plagens in 2015, with Christina Kee and Roberta Smith


exhibitions of Natalie Frank, Rosy Keyser, C. Michael Norton and Christine Rebet


featured item from THE LIST for Thursday, February 16: Ron Gorchov at Cheim & Read


“Ron Gorchov can lay claim to a rare achievement: He has created a distinctive form without becoming formulaic.” A typical show of his work is “lively, diverse, and energized. Far from being specific to one mood or message, Gorchov’s idiom turns out to have the flexibility of a sonnet, conveying a whole range of emotions…


Double Panel Week for David Cohen


The Review Panel in Brooklyn today, first ever ART BOOK REVIEW PANEL at the Studio School tomorrow