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Jane Freilicher at artcritical


“HUBS” links to artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical.


Rob Pruitt, Us (detail), 2013, acrylic, enamel, and flocking on linen, 127 parts, each 29.5 x 23.5 inches.  On view at the de la Cruz Collection, Miami. Photo by Nico McIan

artcritical at the Miami Art Fairs


“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical.


Installation shot of Michelle Grabner's 2014 exhibition at James Cohan Gallery

The Ken Johnson Affair Continues: Ken Johnson and Amy Sillman


An Exchange, from Facebook


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Robert Gober Special: Dennis Kardon, Steve Locke and Lee Ann Norman


at MoMA through January 18


The Marathon That Keeps On Running


Last weekend’s marathon seems to be exerting an unexpected influence on the world of art, or at least of artcritical.  Endurance-testing art projects (hopefully with resulting exhilaration) are a common denominator in two of the exhibitions selected for the next installment of The Review Panel. On November 21 Sarah Douglas, Edward Epstein and Lance Esplund…


A double-page from Fragments, lithographs by Marc Desgrandchamps with text by Pliny the Elder, published by Michael Woolworth Publications, 2014

Democratic Art: Print Week Descends Upon New York


IFPDA Print Fair at Park Avenue Armory, E/AB at Art Beam Building, Chelsea


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The Review Panel is tonight: Abramovic, Kjartansson, Hartung, von Rydingsvard


Panelists are Sarah Douglas, Edward Epstein, Lance Esplund


The Review Panel, October 204, left to right, Joan Waltemath, David Cohen, Marjorie Welish, Ken Johnson. Photo: Grace Markman

The Review Panel: Podcast of October’s debate


Ken Johnson, Joan Waltemath and Marjorie Welish were David Cohen’s guests


A Poet Among Painters


For artcritical.com, a milestone and a significant appointment.  The former has been trumpeted for a while in our newsletters but the giddy sense of achievement is yet to rub off: the tenth anniversary of The Review Panel. (The podcast from last month’s season premiere is now available, by the way.) Friday, October 24 sees three veteran…


John Walker, Untitled Bingo Card, 2013. Courtesy of Alexandre Gallery

The Review Panel Turns Ten: RSVP Advised


See Hockney and Holzer in Chelsea, John Walker on 57th Street, Peter Fend on the Lower East Side