Writings by THE EDITORS

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Philly Season Premiere October 8 and Line Up for Anniversary Edition October 24


shows include Nicole Eisenman at the ICA


Jane Corrigan, Three GIrls in a Field, 2014. Oil on linen, 27 x 36-1/2 inches. Courtesy of Kerry Schuss (KS Art)

September 2014: Alexander Nagel, Dorothy Spears and Robert Storr with moderator David Cohen


Allora & Calzadilla at Gladstone Gallery, Marcel Dzama at David Zwirner, Angela Dufresne at Monya Rowe and Justine Kurland at Mitchell-Innes & Nash.


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Jeff Koons at artcritical


“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical.


Moses Breaking the Tablets of the Law (1659) Oil on canvas by Rembrandt Gemaldegalerie Berlin

An Ice Bucket Challenge in which Connoisseurship Remains Dry


artcritical’s start of fall seasonal quiz. Prize money to ALS research


Noah Dillon's downtime offline. Photograph © 2014 by Daniel Herr.

This Project is Experiencing Some Delays: Noah Dillon’s Deferred Reading List


Associate editor Noah Dillon shares some of the things he hasn’t yet made time to read.


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Willard Boepple at artcritical


“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical.


Andy Warhol, Hamburger, 1985-1986. Acrylic on linen, 50 x 66 x 1 1/4 inches. Courtesy of the Andy Warhol Museum.

Andy Warhol at artcritical


“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical.


Stephen Westfall, Tunnel Vision, 2006. Oil and alkyd on canvas, 24 x 30 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Lennon, Weinberg, Inc.

Stephen Westfall at artcritical


“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical


Lynda Benglis, WING, 1970. Cast aluminum, 67 x 59 1/4 x 60 inches. Courtesy of Cheim & Read.

Lynda Benglis at artcritical


“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical


Polly Apfelbaum, installation, For the Love of Gene Davis, 2014, Temple Contemporary, Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Courtesy of the Artist

Polly’s Pathway: Polly Apfelbaum and Friends at Tyler and Clifton Benevento


In 1972 Color Field painter Gene Davis created what was billed as the world’s largest painting, “Franklin’s Footpath,” a “ground” mural that stretched along an expanse of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway sweeping up to the monumental steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.  Sponsored by the museum’s Department of Urban Outreach, this outlandish project had…