Writings by THE EDITORS

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


Bono and Sean Scully at the Drawing Center Gala, April 10, 2013. Photo by Hal Horowitz

Pro Bono: Drawing Center Honors Sean Scully


Report by David Cohen, Photos by Hal Horowitz


Walter Richard Sickert, Visions, Volumes and Recessions, ca.1928/29. Etching.

Canons For Contrarians: David Cohen to deliver inaugural lecture in new series at Blue Mountain Gallery


April 16 at 7pm, 530 West 25th, 4th floor


Chantal Akerman

Who Laughs Last: Chantal Akerman Reads at the Kitchen


Belgian avant-garde filmmaker reads “My Mother Laughs” tomorrow.


Matt Bollinger, Guest (Provo), 2012. Flashe and acrylic on cut and pasted paper, 60 x 48 inches. Galerie Zürcher

April 2013: Elisabeth Kley, Hearne Pardee and Martha Schwendener


Kley, Pardee, Schwendener reviewing Matt Bollinger, Nayland Blake Sergei Tcherepnin and Sylvie Fleury

 
 
 
 
 

Jay Muhlin, Neighbors, from Guilty Pleasures, 2012. Digital c-print, 20 x 24 inches. Courtesy of Vox Populi

Zürcher’s “Out of Town” Welcomes Armory Week to New York


Microfair at Bleecker Street Gallery through Sunday


Portrait of a Scholar. By Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, detail. Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

POSITION NOW FILLED- Associate Editor: Part-Time Position


highly literate, intellectually ambitious team player with deep knowledge of contemporary art