Writings by David Carrier

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.


Bill Jensen, Mountain Tiger-Sky, 2013. Oil on linen, diptych, 40 x 32 inches overall. Courtesy of Cheim & Read Gallery

Loom of Origins: Bill Jensen’s Way of Developing


A one-man group show of possibilities at Cheim & Read


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Always a Painter: Lawrence Carroll in Bologna


“Ghost House” was at Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna


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Making Art, and Making It Well: Two Recent Group Shows


Exhibitions at the New York Studio School and Freedman Art examine art about its own creation.


Jiri Georg Dokoupil, Untitled, 2014. Soap-lye and pigments on canvas, 98 1/2 x 118 1/8 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery.

Pop History: Jiri Georg Dokoupil’s Modernist Bubbles


The artist uses an idiosyncratic technique to make colorful paintings of bubbles, following in a long line of Modernists.


Ed Clark, New Orleans Series #4, 2012. Acrylic on canvas,  53 x 66 inches.
Courtesy of the artist and Stella Jones Gallery, New Orleans.

Notes from NOLA: Two Shows in New Orleans


Two shows highlight the work of contemporary New Orleans artists and others connected to the city.


Installation shot of the exhibition under review showing the third of three floors. Photo by Maris Hutchinson/EPW All artworks © Chris Ofili. Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London

Other Stories: Chris Ofili at the New Museum


A masterful exhibition, closing this weekend