Writings by David Cohen

Leon Golub at Ronald Feldman, Sandy Walker at Wooster Arts Space, Jacque Rochester at N3 Project Space


“Leon Golub: Graeco-Roman Colossi 1959-64 + Erotica, etc., 2000-03″ at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts until February 7 (31 Mercer Street, between Grand Street and Canal, 212-226-3232). Prices: $5,000-$350,000. “Sandy Walker: Large Ink Drawings” at Wooster Arts Space until February 14 (147 Wooster Street, between Houston and Prince Streets, 212-777-6338). Prices: $2,000-$5,000. “Jacque Rochester: Paintings” at…


Joseph Beuys at Gagosian Gallery and Georg Baselitz at Michael Werner


“Joesph Beuys: Jeder Griff Muss Sitzen – Just Hit the Mark, Works from the Speck Collection” Gagosian Gallery until February 14 (980 Madison Avenue, at 77th Street, 212-744-2313). “Georg Baselitz: Recent Paintings” Michael Werner until February 7 (4 East 77th Street, between Madison and Fifth Avenues, 212-988-1623). Does this career sound familiar? A decorated German…


James Hyde at Brent Sikkema, Suzanne Caporael at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, Graham Parks at Feigen Contemporary


“James Hyde” at Brent Sikkema until February 5 (530 W 22 Street between 10th and 11th Avenues, 212-929-2262). “Suzanne Caporael” at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery until February 12 (730 Fifth Ave at 57th Street, 212-445-0444). “Graham Parks” at Feigen Contemporary until February 19 (535 W 20th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues, 212-929-0500). It seems…


James Turrell at PaceWildenstein and Tony Cragg at Marian Goodman Gallery


“James Turrell” at PaceWildenstein, 534 West 25th Street, New York, through January 10, 2004 “Tony Cragg” at Marian Goodman Gallery, W 57th Street, New York, through January 17, 2004 Like his chosen medium – light – James Turrell’s reputation is untouchable. The notion of an artist who makes the way the viewer sees the essential…


Anthony Caro at Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, Michael Steiner at Salander-O’Reilly, Morris Louis at Paul Kasmin Gallery


“Anthony Caro: Sculpture” at Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, through December 27, (730 Fifth Avenue at 57th Street, 212 445 0444) “Michael Steiner: Sculpture” at Salander-O’Reilly Galleries through January 3 (20 East 79 Street, between Fifth and Madison Avenues, 212 879 6606) “Morris Louis” at Paul Kasmin Gallery, through December 31 (293 Tenth Avenue at…


Urban Baroque at Plane Space, Jeremy Blake at Feigen Contemporary, Aristides Logothetis at Cue Art Foundation, Augusto Arbizo at Michael Steinberg


“Urban Baroque” at Plane Space through December 21 (102 Charles Street, between Bleecker and Hudson Streets, 917 606 1266) “Jeremy Blake: Autumn Almanac” at Feigen Contemporary through December 20 (535 W 20 Street, between 10 and 11th Aves, 212 929 0500) “Aristides Logothetis: Speculative Grammar” at Cue Art Foundation through January 24 (511 W 25…


John Chamberlain at Allan Stone; Dan Flavin and John Chamberlain at Gagosian Gallery


Early and late Chamberlain are compared


Al Held at Robert Miller and Nancy Spero at Galerie Lelong


“Al Held: New Paintings” at Robert Miller Gallery, 524 W 26th Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues, phone: 212-366-4774) through January 3 “Nancy Spero: The War Series, 1966-70″ at Galerie Lelong (528 W 26th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues, phone: 212-315-0470) through December 6 Al Held is an artist whose work I stare at for…


Will Barnet at Alexandre Gallery, Mari Lyons at First Street Gallery, Elizabeth O’Reilly at George Billis Gallery


“Will Barnet: Figuration and Abstraction” at Alexandre Gallery until November 29 (Fuller Building, 41 E. 57th Street at Madison Avenue, 212 755 2828) “Mari Lyons: Mostly Broadway at 80th Street” at First Street Gallery until November 29 (526 W. 26th Street Suite 915, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 646 336 8053) “Elizabeth O’Reilly” at George…


Howard Hodgkin at Gagosian and Thomas Nozkowski at Max Protetch


“Howard Hodgkin” at Gagosian Gallery, until December 20 (555 W.24th Street at Eleventh Avenue, 212 741 1111). “Thomas Nozkowski: New Paintings” at Max Protetch until December 20 (511 W.22nd Street between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 212 633 6999). For most of its history, non-representational painting favored the universal over the particular. The very word “abstraction”…