Posts from August, 2017

Romancing the Rose: Anselm Kiefer’s Eroticism at Gagosian


On view in Chelsea, extended to September 1


“That is What Painters Do. We Look for Subject Matter”: Clintel Steed in conversation with David Cohen


“I wanted to paint this subject because all the athletes are so in tune with themselves”


The Beholder’s Share


Drawing on family experience, the author dives into the neuroscience of figuration and abstraction


Social Amnesia: Strangers, curated by Emma Frank


at Castor Gallery, on the Lower East Side, through Saturday


Max Kozloff, in his first contribution to artcritical, explores the ethics of prettiness in relation to Florine Stettheimer

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What strikes the eye immediately is the rhythm of line and limb that jumps about, especially in ensembles with little narrative pretext. They’re frequently scattered across nebulous white grounds and are endowed with a gem-like aura that resembles the capitals in illuminated manuscripts. Yet, when they’re on the move, they might also recall the snap…


Featured item from THE LIST: Eve Aschheim, Lines Without Outlines at ‘T’ Space, Rhinebeck, NY


Now in its eighth summer season, ‘T’ Space, a gallery designed by Steven Holl on the architect’s Dutchess County campus, offers an ambitious program of solo presentations and other projects. To launch her exhibition this weekend, Eve Aschheim teams up with poet Susan Stewart and pianist Christopher Oldfather who will perform works by Earle Brown…


Aspirational: Rico Gatson’s Icons at the Studio Museum in Harlem


Works in colored pencil and collage, on view through August 27


Differently-Abled in High Heels: Carol Rama at the New Museum


Exuberant joy in the face of anguish; through September 10


Material Synthesis: The collaborative art of Crystal Gregory and Alexa Williams


Their show was seen last month at Black and White in Bushwick