“The Revolution will be Painted” was on view in Bushwick in April
David Humphrey’s Fall 2014 show at Fredericks & Freiser, who are affording him a solo spot on their Frieze stand this year, was titled “Work and Play”. For anyone who has ever wondered why painters work and musicians play, this was a great title for Humphrey, a practitioner of both arts. “Under The Table” is an essay in overlapping and interweaving…
The painter and writer inherits and expands a history of renegade traditions.
The painter’s solo at Louis B. James recently concluded.
Our subtitle: “Online magazine of art and ideas”. Online means immediate, here and now. Art and ideas implies a long view. “Art Week” (as Armory Week is sometimes dubbed) is a misnomer for those who live art 52 weeks a year-but no less exhilarating for that. True to (split) form, we are up to the minute with photos of last…
On view at Galerie Gris
In conversation with Diane Fortenberry, Senior Editor at Phaidon Press
The influential painter’s retrospective is on view through the 20th.
theartblog once described The Review Panel Philadelphia as ““The highlight of formal art criticism in Philadelphia”. So if you find yourself in the City of Brotherly Love Wednesday evening, be sure to join the discussion at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where my guests are Erick Miller, Judith Schaechter and Barry Schwabsky. The shows up for discussion are by Sarah Gamble and…
Lasker is surely one of the most ambivalence-inducing abstract painters to have emerged from the postmodern storm clouds of the 1980s