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The line up of speakers at artcritical's fabled forum of live criticisms is stellar, all past favorites in the series, now in its thirteenth year

The Review Panel Returns to Brooklyn Public Library October 10


David Cohen’s guests are Dennis Kardon, Lee Ann Norman and Roberta Smith


Featured item from THE LIST: Eve Aschheim, Lines Without Outlines at ‘T’ Space, Rhinebeck, NY


Now in its eighth summer season, ‘T’ Space, a gallery designed by Steven Holl on the architect’s Dutchess County campus, offers an ambitious program of solo presentations and other projects. To launch her exhibition this weekend, Eve Aschheim teams up with poet Susan Stewart and pianist Christopher Oldfather who will perform works by Earle Brown…


Left to right: Walter Robinson, Jessica Bell Brown, David Cohen, Hrag Vartanian. Photo: Gregg Richards, Brooklyn Public Library

Latest Podcast of The Review Panel: Whitney Biennial 2017 with Jessica Bell Brown, Walter Robinson and Hrag Vartanian


The May 5 season finale


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Frieze Week launches with Salon Zürcher AFRICA


open today, 12 – 8 PM


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Podcast: The Review Panel, April 4, Anoka Faruqee, Vija Celmins, Jennifer Coates, Leonhard Hurzlmeier


Sarah Douglas, Ara H. Merjian and Alexi Worth were David Cohen’s guests


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Reminder: The Review Panel, April 4, at Brooklyn Public Library


Exhibitions by Vija Celmins, Jennifer Coates, Anoka Faruqee and Leonhard Hurzlmeier


Dana Schutz, Open Casket (2016). Oil on canvas. Collection of the

Open Casket: “Enquête” regarding the Dana Schutz affair, the painting, the protests


Lisa Corinne Davis, Ken Johnson, Walter Robinson, Seph Rodney and others


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The Review Panel: Next Up, April 4 at Brooklyn Public Library


Exhibitions by Vija Celmins, Jennifer Coates, Anoka Faruqee and Leonhard Hurzlmeier


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Latest Podcast: The Review Panel from March 6


Jessica Bell Brown, Jennifer Samet and John Yau were David Cohen’s guests


Spring/Break is the most anarchic and exuberant of the fairs: each room of these administrative offices of the USPS (the space has a David Lynch-like quality, a time-capsule of New Deal-era bureaucracy) has its own organizing principle. Here is artist Megan Liu Kincheloe installing Thing Gap Method in Room 23 featuring works by Sophia Flood, Sascha Ingber, Kelly McCafferty, Sarah Tortora and herself.

All Our Blurbs from Art Fair Week, March 2017


Capsule reviews by David Cohen and Roman Kalinovski from the commercial front lines