An interview from 2003 greets the exhibition, R.B.Kitaj: The Exile at Home at Marlborough Chelsea
The breakout paintings of Doron Langberg from around five years ago collided intimism and raunch to potent effect. Their slow-read romantic symbolism hovered between coyness and luxuriance as if the brush could’t quite believe the homoerotic explicitness it was being enlisted to depict. The latest paintings from this still-young Israeli-born, UPenn and Yale graduate, on view…
“Ron Gorchov can lay claim to a rare achievement: He has created a distinctive form without becoming formulaic.” A typical show of his work is “lively, diverse, and energized. Far from being specific to one mood or message, Gorchov’s idiom turns out to have the flexibility of a sonnet, conveying a whole range of emotions…
Countless individuals, institutions, and causes lost a remarkable and irreplaceable friend earlier this fall with his passing
A marriage of the plastic and the personal gives his work intensity and edge
Her exhibition at Anita Rogers continues through June 18.
Celebrating Bella Abzug and the first time a woman has been named as candidate for president by a major political party.
The exhibition continues through July 9.