Posts from May, 2018

Panel on Al Held at Cheim & Read, Wednesday at 6PM


Al Held’s early works in gestural abstraction from the 1950s are the focus of the fourth of Cheim & Read Gallery’s exhibitions surveying the artist’s oeuvre. Presented in conjunction Nathalie Karg Gallery, this show examines his breakthrough in Paris while studying on the G.I. Bill and his continuing exploration, back in New York, of dimensionality,…


Roundtable on Jenny Saville


with Julie Heffernan, Brenda Zlamany, Dennis Kardon, Walter Robinson, Barry Schwabsky, and Suzy Spence


Hot Number: Philip Pearlstein in conversation with Oona Zlamany


Recorded in the artist’s studio as his show continues at Betty Cuningham Gallery


Jenny Saville ROUNDTABLE: Julie Heffernan, Brenda Zlamany, Dennis Kardon, Walter Robinson, Barry Schwabsky, and Suzy Spence


Ancestors at Gagosian thru’ June 16


A Tunnel of Roses on the Lower East Side: Justen Ladda and His Scholars’ Rocks


On the Allen Street Mall, south of Delancey Street


Ghosts and Ghouls on Grand Street: Yun-Fei Ji at James Cohan


What’s allegory in Chinatown is reality in rural China, Robert C. Morgan argues


The Limits of Viability: Clive Hodgson’s ostensibly failed paintings


An exhibition in two parts in London this winter


A Scrambling of Clues: Paul Resika, Geometry and the Sea


A two-part show at Bookstein Projects and Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects


Edgelands: The Paintings of Carol Rhodes


New monograph published by Skira Editore


Lara Schnitger’s Suffragette City at Frieze


Lara Schnitger’s Suffragette City is a protest/procession in which volunteers carry hand-crafted banners and ornate textiles fastened to wooden sticks. This stylized political event moves around Frieze in four timed performances, with the last one scheduled for Saturday at 3pm. Thursday’s, photographed her, included around a dozen individuals, most of them women, either clothed in navy-blue mechanics’…