Posts from January, 2018

Wanting to Tell Stories: John Yau’s Wild Children


The occult gives way to novel approaches to what to notice in art.


“I Was Free To Do As I Pleased”: Regina Bogat on her Life as an Artist


The veteran painter reminisces in her New Jersey studio


Round Table on Thomas Nozkowski, from 2015


Posted to accompany his new show at Pace, with David Cohen, Joseph Masheck, David Brody, Alexander Ross, Marjorie Welish, Jennifer Riley and Raphael Rubinstein.


Insider Criticism: Mrs. Peter Plagens Reveals All


A review of his show at Nancy Hoffman Gallery by the artist’s spouse


Creative Growth


The Outsider Art Fair to which New York City is being treated through this weekend has been owned and managed for some years now by Andrew Edlin. Back on the Bowery, in Mr. Edlin’s own gallery, there is a remarkable exhibition of the artist Dan Miller. Four years ago, an exhibition at the Aldrich Museum…


February 6: The Review Panel Returns for its Third Annual Season at Brooklyn Public Library


David Cohen’s guests are Svetlana Alpers, Alex Bacon and Ken Johnson


How Not to Vanish: Barbara Hammer’s Resilient Gaze


Her show at the Leslie-Lohman is on view through January 28.


The Arousal of Kinetic Sensation: Pat Adams at Victoria Munroe


This twenty year survey of the distinguished painter is on view through January 27


“send nudes plz”: Frances Waite’s Selfie-Portraiture


Her solo show at Elijah Wheat Showroom closes this weekend.


The Policewoman Inside Our Heads: Dawn Mellor at Team


Her show in Soho closed December 23rd