Writings by David Cohen

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“If Only Bella Abzug Were Here” at Marc Straus


Celebrating Bella Abzug and the first time a woman has been named as candidate for president by a major political party.


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“The Conference of The Birds” at Shirley Fiterman Art Center


The exhibition continues through July 9.


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Alain Kirili at Hionas Gallery


His three-sculpture show was on view in April and May


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Thank You For What Is Underneath, Nathlie Provosty


Her extended exhibition closes May 15 at Nathalie Karg on the Lower East Side


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Anne Sherwood Pundyk at Christopher Stout Gallery


“The Revolution will be Painted” was on view in Bushwick in April


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FRIEZE WEEK PICK OF THE DAY: David Humphrey at Fredericks & Freiser at Frieze


David Humphrey’s Fall 2014 show at Fredericks & Freiser, who are affording him a solo spot on their Frieze stand this year, was titled “Work and Play”. For anyone who has ever wondered why painters work and musicians play, this was a great title for Humphrey,  a practitioner of both arts. “Under The Table” is an essay in overlapping and interweaving…


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Dennis Kardon at Valentine


The painter and writer inherits and expands a history of renegade traditions.


Nora Griffin, Diamond Heart, 2016. Oil on canvas, wood frame, 5 1/2 x 58 1/2 inches. Courtesy of the Artist and Louis B. James.

Nora Griffin at Louis B. James


The painter’s solo at Louis B. James recently concluded.


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“Art Week” is Upon Us


Our subtitle: “Online magazine of art and ideas”. Online means immediate, here and now. Art and ideas implies a long view. “Art Week” (as Armory Week is sometimes dubbed) is a misnomer for those who live art 52 weeks a year-but no less exhilarating for that. True to (split) form, we are up to the minute with photos of last…


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ARMORY WEEK PICK OF THE DAY: Marina Adams and Lizzie Scott at Salon Zürcher


On view at Galerie Gris