Writings by David Cohen


Sleep Patterns: Laurie Frick in LA

at Edward Cella Art + Architecture through  April 2.


Stereo Cropdusting: Eve Sonneman at Nohra Haime

Works of the 1970s, on view through March 12

Christian Marclay, The Clock, 2010. Single-channel video, 24 hours, still. Courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery

“You Can’t Beat The Clock”: Christian Marclay at Paula Cooper

The Clock, a Frankenstein monster of a movie, is on view through February 19.


You will meet a tall handsome stranger… on the Bowery

Artemisia Gentileschi at Sperone, Westwater’s exhibition of old master Italian Paintings

Marie-Louise von Motesiczky, Mother in Green Dressing Gown, 1975. Oil on canvas, 26 x 22 inches. The Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust, London, Courtesy of Galerie St. Etienne, New York

A Remarkable Posthumous Debut

on view at Galerie St. Etienne through December 30, 2010

Candace Mills posing with a work by Philip Pearlstein

Hell hath no fury like a model spurned: A Pearlstein nude attracts the wrong kind of attention

Too many friends ask for the “naked Candace”

detail of John Chamberlain, Untitled, ca.1960. Painted paper, staples, and mixed media on collage board, 11-1/2 x 11-1/2 inches. Courtesy of Allan Stone Gallery

The Probity of Modernism: Collages by John Chamberlain and Alfred Leslie

Striking commonalities in the early works of two very different artists, at Allan Stone through December 23

Thomas Nozkowski, Untitled (N-22), 2010. Pencil and colored pencil on paper, 8-5/8 x 9-15/16 inches. The Pace Gallery

Ground Control to Major Tom: Please re-hang your show

Nozkowski’s current exhibition at Pace includes his best work to date, but the installation is another matter.

Becky Brown, Totem, 2009. Paper, cardboard, wood, paint, 24-1/2 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the Artist

Richard Tuttle Lectures at Columbia Launching Series on Art and Spirituality

His influence, meanwhile, is felt in a group show, organized by Nora Griffin, closing Friday

Rose Wylie, DOT and Detail, 2004, left panel. Oil on canvas, 74 x 144 inches. Courtesy of Thomas Erben Gallery New York

Rose Wylie Packs a Punch at Thomas Erben

Nuance where you least expect it in canvases of rambunctious, street-smart brutalism