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For They Are Jolly Good Fellows


This Tuesday sees the third installment of The Review Panel in its new home, the Brooklyn Public Library. Meanwhile, over at artcritical, not to mention YouTube, one can hear – and see – the first and second outings. Podcasts and videos are now posted of the February meeting, with Siri Hustvedt, Roberta Smith and Alexi Worth, and…


Betty Tompkins, Put a Bag…, 2013. Acrylic on canvas, 4 x 4 x 1.5 inches. Courtesy of the Artist and the FLAG Art Foundation

Bad Girls and Brooklynites: The Review Panel, April 12


Lance Esplund, Kara Rooney and Robert Storr are David Cohen’s guests


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March 2016, with Svetlana Alpers, Laurie Fendrich and David Salle


Moderated by David Cohen at Brooklyn Public Library


Photo of David Salle by Robert Banat

A Brooklyn Man


Who can keep up with David Salle? That he is a painter at the top of his form was evidenced by his solo show in New York last spring. But he is also wearing hats as a curator and critic these days.  “Nice Weather,” a group show divided between the uptown and Chelsea premises of his dealers, Skarsdedt Gallery, brings together mostly…


Aaron Zulko, Rooftop Pool, 2014. Oil on canvas, 52 x 48 inches. Courtesy of the Artist and Project: ARTSpace, New York. On view at Volta

Cheatsheet for Armory Week in NYC


A dozen fairs to visit in one busy week


artcritical goes book critical


It seems artcritical is running an unofficial literary supplement this week. Sculptor William Tucker takes on two volumes by fellow practioners Garth Evans and Herbert George; Leila Philip acknowledges ceramicist Edmund de Waal’s book on porcelain, The White Road; David Cohen puts questions to Diane Fortenberry of Phaidon Press about their new Phaidon Classics series; and David…


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OY/YO Forever


We back the call to make the popular, street smart sculpture a permanent fixture in DUMBO


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Hot Gossip: Brooklyn and The Review Panel are Apparently an Item


“Did you really call Roberta Smith a Dalek last night?” asked painter Kyle Staver on Facebook


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February 2016, with Siri Hustvedt, Roberta Smith and Alexi Worth


Inaugural panel in its new home, the Brooklyn Public Library


The Day Has Come


The Review Panel is tonight at Brooklyn Public Library