Posts from September, 2018

Featured item from THE LIST: Judith Murray at Sundaram Tagore Gallery


Despite an air of uninhibited, expressive spontaneity, the dense and busy paintings of Judith Murray play by strict rules. Since her debut in a lauded 1976 solo at Betty Parsons, she has restricted her palette within each work or group, developed a tight lexicon of strokes and shapes, and included her trademark bar at the…


The Review Panel is this Tuesday, October 16


David Cohen’s guests are Laila Pedro, Barry Schwabsky and Roberta Smith


Sites of Attraction: David Wojnarowicz at the Whitney


A haunting and timely retrospective closes this weekend


A Space for Humor and Awkwardness: Nancy Elsamanoudi discusses her work with Natasha Wright


A foretaste of the dialogue between the two painters on Saturday afternoon


Flight or Fight: Jeffrey Bishop’s Monoprints at SRO Gallery


His Crown Heights show extended through October 7


Moments of Heightened Sensation: Natasha Wright discusses her work with Nancy Elsamanoudi


Her recent show, Les Biches, was seen on the Lower East Side


Sliding Away Into Space: Barbara Takenaga at DC Moore


“Outset” can be seen in Chelsea through October 6


Starry Starry Knight: Malcolm Morley at Sperone Westwater


Works from the painter’s last three years, on view on the Lower East Side


The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation Opens Its Doors


artcritical’s archive on the artists since 2004


“Right There, Looking”: Brian O’Doherty’s Collected Essays


Irish-honed literary skills placed at service of cosmopolitan visual culture