The Stuart Davis Group are high jinks riffs on that jazzy pioneer’s painterly syncopations.
Soaring forms engender a fearless sense of conquest
In his debut art show the septuagenerian poet shows wittily and nihilistically twisted truisms
“September Issue” star Anna Wintour is coaxed into shedding her trademark shades
Quiet work belies its passionate author.
Suzan Frecon, currently showing works on paper at David Zwirner, was reviewed at the 2010 Whitney Biennial,
Clare Weiss, who was Curator of Public Art at New York City Department of Parks and Recreation from 2005-2009, was a determined and enterprising champion of art in public places. She passed away January 11, aged 43, after a protracted battle with breast cancer which began in 2006. Weiss came to art relatively late in…
In the back room at the Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea, a Norman Foster glass and steel table struggles to keep up with the streamlined efficiency and grace of its occupant: a svelte, always impeccably attired gentleman who demurely works away with elegance and diligence. This is Ron Warren. First time visitors sometimes wonder if,…
Paint Made Flesh at the Phillips Collection, and other shows this summer, reveal a love affair between a material painters use and the material all of us are.