Writings by David Brody

Daniel Wiener, All Around the Nether Reaches, 2010, Detail. Blown glass, 37 x 24 x 20 inches. Courtesy of the Artist

An Ethos of Industrious Neurosis: Daniel Wiener at Lesley Heller

His sculpture show ran from March 2 – April 3


Hippie Edenists Adrift: Judith Linhares at Edward Thorpe

On view until April 2

Peter Soriano, Other Side #93 (BASC), 2010, Steel Cable, aluminum pipe, and spray paint, Dimensions variable. Courtesy of Frederico Sève Gallery

Hardware and Software Conspire: Peter Soriano at Frederico Sève

Peter Soriano: Dimensions Variable ran from September 23 to November 6


Who, Me? James Esber and the Megolomania of the Group Portrait

Up through December 23. Friends of the artist traced his drawing of Osama bin Laden

Paul Rudolph, Final rendering of the interior of the HUB including people mover, c. 1967-1972. Color slide. Courtesy of the Paul Rudolph Archive, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Brutalist Bridge Builder: Paul Rudolph’s plans for a Lower Manhattan Expressway

Exhibition, organized by Drawing Center, was at the Cooper Union this fall

Thomas Nozkowski, Untitled (N-26), 2010, Ink, colored pencil, oil and crayon on paper, 8 5/8 x 9-13/16" inches. The Pace Gallery

The Model Abstraction for Our Times: Thomas Nozkowski at Pace

A counter argument to David Cohen’s earlier review of the same show

Pam Lims, Medusa page design decoy, 2010. Spray paint and acrylic on panel, paint, ACX plywood, plaster, approx. 66 x 20 x 20 inches. Courtesy Rachel Uffner Gallery

The Fifth Leg: Pam Lins at Rachel Uffner Gallery

Pam Lims: Problem Picture Sources New Sculptures up through October 24


Contrapuntal Infinitudes: Il Lee at Art Projects International

For some 30 years Il Lee has exclusively used, and abused, ballpoint pens.

William Kentridge, Drawing for the film Sobriety, Obesity & Growing Old [Soho and Mrs. Eckstein in Pool], 1991. Charcoal and pastel on paper, 47-1/4 x 59 inches. Collection of the artist © 2010 William Kentridge. Photo: John Hodgkiss, courtesy the artist

Taking the World by Drawing: William Kentridge and Animation

Where should we locate Kentridge’s sequential, continuous drawing within the eye-popping history of drawn animation?


Carl Fudge: Dazzle at Ronald Feldman Gallery

Sometimes Fudge seems to be searching for hidden sweet spots in the harmonics of recognition.