Writings by David Cohen

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“Cyborg” at Zürcher Gallery, “Devotion” at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery


Two group exhibitions curated by exhibiting artist William Corwin


Ellen Harvey: Metal Painting, 2015. Detail. 887 paintings in oil on plywood, magnets, steel wall, overall: 15 x 24 feet. Commissioned by the Barnes Foundation. Photo: Rick Echelmeyer.

Ellen Harvey at the Barnes Foundation


Harvey has painted a portrait, in silhouette, of each metal piece hanging in the Barnes


Pablo Picasso, Bull, 1958. Blockboard (wood base panel), palm frond and various other tree branches, eyebolt, nails, and screws, with drips of alkyd and pencil markings, 56-3/4 x 46-1/8 x 4-1/8 inches. The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Picasso in 3-D: A Roundtable of Sculptors, with Alain Kirili, Michelle Segre and Rebecca Smith


MoMA’s exhibition is on view through February 7


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Inside the Zlamany Studio: A Photo Essay by Robert Banat


As Brenda Zlamany paints a portrait she becomes the subject of two others


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Elizabeth King at Danese/Corey (Uncanny/Figure at Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs)


solo show in Chelsea through October 10; group show in Long Island City through December 13


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Peter Reginato at Adelson Galleries


painting debut of distinguished sculptor, through August 21


Nellie Mae Rowe, Early Bird, 1981. Paint and crayon on canvas, 20 x 24 inches © Nellie Mae Rowe, Shaun Gillen Photography

Inside the Outside: Five Self-Taught Artists from the William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation


at the Katonah Museum of Art through October 11


Williard Boepple, Woman who Blamed Life on a Spaniard, 999. pine, graphite, stain, wax. 51 x 40 x 27 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Lori Bookstein Fine Art

The Bennington Legacy: Willard Boepple, Isaac Witkin and James Wolfe


On view at Tower 49 Gallery through October


Two tributes on the cover of artcritical

The Value of Tributes


artcritical.com doesn’t aspire to be the journal of record when it comes to obituaries: we respond as any serious art magazine does when a giant leaves the field, but as in much of our coverage, the choice of artists and art world personalities to whom we pay tribute is determined less by editorial policy than by…


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Graham Nickson at Betty Cuningham


An exhibition of watercolors