Writings by David Cohen

Richard Hamilton, Fashion Plate, 1969-70. Lithograph, screenprint, pochoir and cosmetic on paper, 749 x 650 mm

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


Ancestors at Gagosian thru’ June 16


A detail of a painting by Carol Rhodes reproduced in the book under review. (Construction Site, 2003)

Edgelands: The Paintings of Carol Rhodes


New monograph published by Skira Editore


Sarah Peters: Figureheads


Sarah Peters possesses an uncanny ability to combine an intense frontality with full sculptural consideration of an object in the round: you are compelled to circumnavigate while also pulled back to her figure’s hieratic gaze. A talk by the artist Saturday afternoon at 3PM promises to be well attended and illuminating, an antidote to fair…


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Short Report from Frieze: Hudson “FYI” and Cameron in “Spotlight”


Cameron was known equally as a painter, actress and witch.


Diana Cooper, Wall Piece, 2018. Mixed media, dimensions variable. Photo: artcritical

Mappa Mundi: Diana Cooper at the Studio School


“It is as if she didn’t get the memo that drawing has an end.” Show closes Sunday


Chinese restaurant Selfie with unintended symbolic significance

Assistant to the Editor


Research assistant/archivist sought


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War of Independence


Why this critic might be done with the Independent Art Fair


The Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory


Don’t wait until next week to get into fair mood: This year, for venue scheduling reasons, The Art Show, the ADAA’s annual outing at the Park Avenue Armory, precedes the onslaught on the piers—the other Armory. And, like years past, it’s proving to be the place for aesthetic delectation. For this reviewer it would be…


William T. Williams, Spring Lake, 1988-2003. Acrylic on canvas, 75 x 44 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

Drill Hall Delectations: The Art Show at the Armory


Don’t wait until next week to get into fair mood. The Art Show, through Sunday


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Featured item from THE LIST: David Hockney at the Met


Closing February 25