Writings by THE EDITORS

Nancy Spero, Cri du Coeur, 2005, Handprinting on paper, Height approx. 26 inches, length variable

February, 2006: Berlind, Heartney, and Stevens


February 2, 2006 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts Robert Berlind, Eleanor Heartney, and Mark Stevens joined David Cohen to discuss Hans Haacke at Paula Cooper, Nancy Spero at Galerie Lelong, Duncan Hannah at James Graham & Sons, and Barbara Takenaga at McKenzie Fine Art.


Luis Gispert and Jeffrey Reed stereomongrel, still, 35mm film, 10 minutes, 2005, Courtesy Zach Feuer Gallery

November, 2005: Esplund, Garwood, and Rubinstein


November 4, 2005 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Lance Esplund, Deborah Garwood, and Raphael Rubinstein joined David Cohen to review Luc Tuymans at David Zwirner, Elizabeth Murray at the Museum of Modern Art, Jeremy Blake at Feigen Contemporary and Luis Gispert and Jeffrey Reed at Zach Feuer.


Sue Williams Because We Care 2005, oil on acrylic on canvas, 72 x 84 inches, Courtesy 303

September, 2005: Kunitz, Pollack, and Sandler


September 30, 2005 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Daniel Kunitz, Barbara Pollack, and Irving Sandler joined David Cohen to review Laurie Anderson at Sean Kelly, Marcel Dzama at David Zwirner, Bruce Pearson at Ronald Feldman, and Sue Williams at 303.


Robert Gober, installation shot, Matthew Marks Gallery

April, 2005: Storr, Volk, and Wilkin


April 1, 2005 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Robert Storr, Gregory Volk, and Karen Wilkin joined David Cohen to review Shahzia Sikander at Brent Sikkema, Robert Gober at Matthew Marks, Harriet Shorr at Pelavin, Magnus von Plessen at Barbara Gladstone.


Cecily Brown Thanks, Roody Hooster 2004, oil on linen, 103 x 97 inches

February, 2005: Gardner, Robinson, and Worth


February 4, 2005 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York James Gardner, Walter Robinson, and Alexi Worth joined David Cohen to review Petah Coyne at Galerie Lelong and the Sculpture Centre, Diana Thater at David Zwirner and Zwirner and Wirth, James Hyde at Brent Sikkema and Cecily Brown at Gagosian.


James Hyde, Paragraph, 2004, Wood on vinyl, 42 x 30 Inches

February, 2005: Gardner, Robinson, and Worth


February 4, 2005 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York James Gardner, Walter Robinson and Alexi Worth joined David Cohen to discuss Petah Coyne at Galerie Lelong and the Sculpture Center, Diana Thater at David Zwirner and Zwirner & Wirth, James Hyde at Brent Sikkema, and Cecily Brown at Gagosian.


Gilbert and George, White Bastards, 2004, mixed media, 83-1/2 x 99-1/4 inches, Courtesy Lehmann Maupin

December, 2004: Fyfe, Scott, and Smith


December 3, 2004 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Joe Fyfe, Andrea Scott, and Roberta Smith joined David Cohen to review Gilbert and George at Lehmann Maupin and at Sonnabend, Jesper Jest at Perry Rubenstein, Richard Tuttle at the Drawing Centre and Sarah McEneaney at Gallery Schlesinger.


Carroll Dunham, installation shot from his recent exhibition

November, 2004: Danto, Naves, and Siegel


November 5, 2004 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Arthur C. Danto, Mario Naves, and Katy Siegel joined David Cohen to review Barbara Kruger at Mary Boone, Christo and Jeanne Claude at the National Academy, Carroll Dunham  at Barbara Gladstone and Tom Otterness on Broadway


Justine Kurland, The Fencer, 2004, Toned silver gelatin print, 22-3/4 x 17-3/4 Inches, Courtesy of Gorney Bravin & Lee

October, 2004: Johnson, Mullarkey, and Saltz


October 1, 2004 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York Ken Johnson, Maureen Mullarkey, and Jerry Saltz joined David Cohen to review Justine Kurland at Gorney, Bravin and Lee, Richard Deacon at Marian Goodman, Rackstraw Downes at Betty Cuningham and Pipilotti Rist at Luhring Augustine.


Louise Bourgeois


Cheim & Read 547 W. 25 Street N.Y., N.Y. New York 10011 November 20 – January 5, 2002 Louise Bourgeois is 90 years old and still going strong. Critics have called her art the product of “inner necessity” and a “Sisyphean effort to work through psychic material that is not ordinarily worked through successfully in…