Writings by David Carrier

Barry Schwabsky photographed by Mathias Augustyniak Poetry Marathon, Serpentine Gallery, London, 2009 © M/M (Paris)

Perceptual Inventory: A New Anthology by Barry Schwabsky


The poet-critic’s recent writing for The Nation is collected by Verso.


Installation view of "Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective," 2016, at the Museum of Modern Art. Courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art.

Poet, Printer, Prankster: Marcel Broodthaers in Retrospect


The late artist is the subject of four simultaneous exhibitions, including a MoMA retrospective.


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In the Beginning was the Image: Julian Bell and Archie Rand Paint the Bible


“What’s the right visual style for presenting Christian or Jewish texts? “


Martha Diamond, Untitled, 2002. Oil on panel, 12 x 10 inches. Courtesy of Alexandre Gallery

An Awesome Pursuit of Variety: Martha Diamond’s Little Pictures


A show of recent paintings was her first at Alexandre Gallery


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Secret World: The Art of Martin Wong


The East Village artist, who died in 1999, gets a retrospective at the Bronx Museum of the Arts


Doron Langberg, Tyler, 2015, oil on linen, 35 x 45 inches. Courtesy of Danese/Corey

Seeing What Sticks: Doron Langberg & Gaby Collins-Fernandez


Two young artists who are friends, at Danese/Corey


Edward Ashton Goodes, Fishbowl Fantasy, 1867. Oil on canvas, 30 x 25-1/8 inches. Collection of Peter A. Feld

An Art of Plenitude: American Still Life in Philadelphia


From Audubon to Warhol, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art through January 10


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Angelus Novus Anew: R.H. Quatyman’s Chapter 29


Interpreting Paul Klee after Walter Benjamin, her exhibition continues at Miguel Abreu


Installation view, "The Accidental Poet: Bill Beckley—1968-1978," 2015, at Albertz Benda.

Accidentally on Purpose: Bill Beckley at Albertz Benda


The gallery presents a retrospective of the poet-artist’s varied oeuvre.


Hilma af Klint, The Ten Biggest, No 2, 1907. Oil and tempera on paper, 328 x 240 cm. Courtesy of Tate Museum.

Hilma af Klint and the Spiritual in an Artist


The proceedings of a recent symposium on af Klint’s work have been compiled into a new book.