Writings by THE EDITORS

Gabriela Salazar, Untitled (Drawing for Sandy), 2013, paper pulp, graphite powder, wood shingles, metal brackets and screws, 20 x 17 x 5 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

One Year After Sandy…Brooklyn Comes Together


300+ artists have contributed work to a benefit show, opening Sunday, October 20, 4-8 PM


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October 2013: Ara Merjian, Roberta Smith, Stephen Westfall


Anna Betbeze at Kate Werble Gallery was one of four artists discussed

 
 
 
 
 

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Welcome to an artcritical Fall: The bulletin returns


This is artcritical’s first bulletin in a while, and marks our intention to be in direct touch with readers and listeners this way on a more regular basis.  A lot has been going on at our website recently since the appointments this spring of Nora Griffin as associate editor and Mary Negro as associate publisher. …


A recent sculpture by Alain Kirili who will discuss the them of crucifixion in his own work and the work of Matisse with Father Paul Anel at the New York Studio School on October 2, 2013

From the Horse’s Mouth: Artists on their art this season in New York


Alain Kirili in conversation with Father Paul Anel at the New York Studio School this evening


Matthew Day Jackson, Helmet #3, 2013. ?C-print, museum board, yarn, resin, scorched wood, felt, plywood?, 16-1/2 x 16-1/4 inches. Courtesy of Hauser & Wirth

REVIEW PANEL NEWS: Line-Up for 2013/14, New York, Philadelphia


Season Premiere, October 4, sees return of Roberta Smith


Alexi Worth, Comma, 2013. Acrylic on nylon mesh, 42 x 36 inches. Courtesy of DC Moore Gallery

June 2013: Eva Díaz, Ken Johnson and Chloé Rossetti


Eva Diaz, Ken Johnson, Chloe Rossetti are David Cohen’s guests at the National Academy

 
 
 
 
 

Al Held Untitled, 1961 Gouache on paper 18 x 24 inches. Courtesy of Betty Krulik Fine Art, Ltd.

Just Off Madison: Open House By Private Dealers Celebrating American Art Week


In conjunction with American sales at the auction houses


Sanford Schwartz and Carole Obedin. Photo: Robin Siegel (c) 2013

Killer Opening For “Murdering The World,” Mark Greenwold’s Long-Awaited Debut at Sperone Westwater


Chuck Close, Paul Simon, Elena Sisto, Rackstraw Downes


Jene Highstein with his sculpture, Totem, 1980, installed that year in downtown Manhattan. Courtesy of Public Art Fund.

Jene Highstein (1942-2013): Postminimalist Sculptor of Elegance and Idiosyncrasy


Tribute to be posted later this week


Elena Sisto, Red Stretcher, 2013, 30 x 40 inches, oil on linen. Courtesy of Lori Bookstein Fine Art.

Prize Time: Guggenheims and a Pulitzer for artists and a critic


Fellowship awarded to Elena Sisto whose first solo with Lori Bookstein opens Thursday