Posts from November, 2017

December 2017: Jonathan Kalb, Laila Pedro and Christian Viveros-Fauné


at Brooklyn Public Library


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Wishing our readers a Happy Thanksgiving


and taking the opportunity to announce the December edition of The Review Panel at Brooklyn Public Library where veteran panelist Christian Viveros-Fauné joins two new guests in the series, dramaturge and theater critic Jonathan Kalb and writer and scholar Laila Pedro. Among the artists up for discussion is Nina Chanel Abney (pictured left). The full roster of…


Mira Schor at Lyles & King


“Mira Schor’s project space exhibition, The Red Tie Paintings, pulsates with lyrical fury.”


Everything Looks Easy: Cordy Ryman discusses his installation at Tower 49 with David Rhodes and Ai Kaita


Cordy Ryman: Free Fall, through May 2018


Dispelled Illusions: Kenny Scharf takes on Color Field


on view at Jeffrey Deitch in Soho through December 22


Coloneobaroque: Didier William at Tiger Strikes Asteroid


A powerful exhibition, titled “We Will Win,” closes in Bushwick this afternoon


The Threshold of Perception: Ad Reinhardt’s Blue Paintings


An emerging artist’s take on the recent exhibition at David Zwirner Gallery


An Immoderate Week of Moderating for artcritical’s David Cohen

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Green = perform in Mr. Cohen’s calendar and streaks across the coming week which sees him moderating a panel on Lennart Anderson Saturday at Leigh Morse Gallery (22 East 80th Street, Fifth Floor, 3PM) with painters Elizabeth Hazan, Kyle Staver and Susan Jane Walp; heading to Brooklyn Public Library Monday for The Review Panel (Grand…


Saturday is the last chance to see Peter Doig at Michael Werner ahead of The Review Panel, Monday at Brooklyn Public Library


Doig’s show is one of four to be discussed by my guests Siri Hustvedt, Jason Stopa, and Lilly Wei. The other shows are downtown: John Zurier at Peter Blum; Dana James at The Lodge; and Kate Shepherd at 56Henry. You can see James and Shepherd Sunday but as Blum is open Tuesday to Saturday, Saturday is also…