Writings by Deborah Garwood

Paul Vinet and Hannelore Baron


Senior & Shopmaker 21 East 26th Street 212-213-6767 January 27 – March 5, 2005 Paul Vinet, a young French artist currently based in Washington D.C. , first exhibited “Learning From New York” at Jan van der Donk Rare Books in Chelsea in 2000/2001. This series of color photographs depicts the city from a pedestrian’s point…


Tom McGrath


Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL) 530 West 24 Street New York NY 10011 212 989 7700 December 6, 2004 to January 22, 2005 Tom McGrath’s second solo exhibition at Zach Feuer Gallery continues to explore themes of the road and car culture that he initiated in 2002. While a broad tradition of landscape painting informs the…


Agnes Martin


…going forward into unknown territory… Agnes Martin’s Early Paintings 1957 – 1967 May 16, 2004 – April 18, 2005 Dia:Beacon Riggio Galleries Agnes Martin: An Homage to Life April 19 – June 30th, 2004 PaceWildenstein 32 East 57th Street New York Agnes Martin arrived at her signature style in the 1970s, when she was nearly…


John Rivers Coplans 1920-2003


Memorial Tribute for John Rivers Coplans (June 24, 1920 – August 21, 2003) Thursday May 20, 2004 The Great Hall, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art New York City John Coplans. Serial Figures. May 21 – June 26, 2004 Andrea Rosen Gallery 525 West 24th St. New York, NY 10011 John Coplans:…


Polychrome Profusion: Selected Art Criticism: 1990 – 2002 by Raphael Rubinstein


Art critic and poet Raphael Rubinstein began publishing art criticism in 1986, taking the position that the well worn territory of Minimalism and its offshoots was not his bailiwick. Instead, Rubinstein looked to postwar painting movements in France and their living exponents for a key to his interest in new modes of abstraction in contemporary…


Shomei Tomatsu: Skin of the Nation


Japan Society 333 East 47th St. New York, NY 10017 212.832.1155 Through January 2, 2005 A striking black and white photograph of a cloud over the sea is entitled “Untitled [Hateruma-jima, Okinawa], from the series The Pencil of the Sun,” 1971, by Shomei Tomatsu (b. 1930). The isolated cloud, distinct against an empty sky, casts…


Nasreen Mohamedi


Talwar Gallery 108 East 16th St. New York, NY 10003 September. 18 to December 20, 2003 The photographs of Nasreen Mohamedi are a recent supplement to the drawings of this underknown Indian artist/ photographer/ writer. Fascinating in and of themselves, these 25 silver gelatin prints are being exhibited for the first time at Talwar Gallery….


The World of Proust as seen by Paul Nadar


The World of Proust as seen by Paul Nadar Edited by Anne-Marie Bernard, translated by Susan Wise MIT Press (2004) $38 hardcover, $21.95 paper Proust insisted that “A La Recherche du Temps Perdu” (“In Search of Lost Time”) was a work of art, not an autobiography, and that his characters were invented rather than drawn…


Adam Fuss


Cheim and Read October 16 – November 15, 2003 Adam Fuss is best known for his contemporary photograms of moving light, live creatures, and organic things. British born and based in New York, where he began exhibiting in 1985 to immediate acclaim, he has created photograms in color as well as the black and white,…


Monica Bonvicini: Anxiety Attack


Modern Art Oxford Oxford, England June 21 – August 17, 2003 The architecture of the art museum as an environment for the display and reception of contemporary art has been a hot topic around Oxford in recent years. In 2000, Museum of Modern Art Papers, a series published by Modern Art Oxford’s Educational Department, came…