Writings by David Carrier

Claude Viallat, 1974/032, 1974. Dye on fabric, 77.2 x 86.6 inches. Courtesy of Ceysson & Bénétière

From Mao to Matisse: Claude Viallat in New York


This survey of the Support/Surface artist, 1967 to 2017, was at Ceysson & Bénétière


Mimmo Rotella, TAL, 1957, Décollage on canvas, 12 7/8 x 14 1/4 inches. Image courtesy of the gallery.

City as Museum: Mimmo Rotella at Gladstone


selected early works were on view uptown


Harvey Quaytman, Jacob’s Coat, 1984. Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80 inches. Courtesy of Van Doren Waxter

Hard-Edge Happiness: The Paintings of Harvey Quaytman


On view at Van Doren Waxter through April 28


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To Organize Delirium: Five Installations by Hélio Oiticica


Currently in Chicago, coming to the Whitney this summer


Sean Scully, 2014. Photo: Courtesy Museum Ludwig

A Natural-Born Storyteller: The Writings of Sean Scully


Inner: The Collected Writings and Selected Interviews of Sean Scully


Yosef Zaritsky, Yehiam (Life on the Kibbutz), 1951. Oil on burlap mounted on canvas, 208 × 228 cm. Collection Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Postwar: A Revisionist Vision from Munich


An major survey exhibition at the Haus der Kunst offers a global approach


Guggi, Dusk, 2016. Oil on canvas, 35-3/8 x 35-3/8 inches. Courtesy of the Artist and Yoshii Gallery, New York

Serial Bowls: The Still Life Paintings of Guggi


Ex-Virgin Prune Guggi is a cult figure in Ireland


Marina Abramovic, The Hero II, 2001 (2008). Gelatin silver print, 35 x 35 inches. Courtesy of David Nolan Gallery

Vive La Revolution


American Artists and the Communist Party at St. Etienne, George Grosz: Politics and Influence at Nolan


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A Passionate Visual Idiom: Carmen Herrera at the Whitney


A segment of her long career leaves a critic hungry for more


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Terrestrial Studio: Dennis Oppenheim at Storm King


Sculpture made for the outdoors, on view through November