Posts from October, 2018

Myrrhbearers of Park Avenue: Highlights from TEFAF New York Fall 2018


The author’s personal picks from the fabled fair


Podcast of October’s edition of The Review Panel


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


Initial Impact: Benjamin Pritchard and the Art of Legible Shapes


Wayfarer, his first show at SFA Projects, through Sunday


A New Ecology of Signs: Elena Sisto beyond the studio


As We Dream at Bookstein Projects through October 27


Saturated Color and Subtle Harmonies: Graham Nickson’s Watercolors


“Cumulus, Monumental Trees and Transient Skies”, on view at the New York Studio School


Featured item from THE LIST: Don Porcaro at Hudson Boulevard Park


Before the extended 7 Subway and Escheresque observation platform arrived in the overnight neighborhood of glass and steel behemoths that is Hudson Yards, Hell’s Kitchen was home already to a thriving artistic community. One longtime resident is Don Porcaro, and for the last month, examples of his unmistakable, stacked cylindrical “Talisman” sculptures, whimsical stupas in…


The Sounds of Music: Marilyn Lerner at Kate Werble Gallery


Walking Backward Running Forward was on view this fall


Subtle Ambiguities: Katherine Bradford at CANADA


Her show, titled “Friends and Strangers”, is up through October 21


“Going on Being”: Kathy Butterly in conversation with Elena Sisto


Her show at James Cohan is on view through October 20


“Fuck Richard Prince”: The Stolen Memes of Hannes Schmid


on view at Mitchell Algus through October 14