Writings by THE EDITORS

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


Bernard Frize, Alea, 2012. Acrylic and resin on canvas, 85 3/4 x 58 1/2 inches.

March, 2013: Ellie Bronson, Jonathan Goodman and John Yau


Joined moderator David Cohen to discuss Tam Van Tran, Shinique Smith, Ragnar Kjartansson, Bernard Frize


Walter Richard Sickert, High Steppers, 1938-39. Courtesy of National Galleries of Scotland

Panels Galore: Tonight it’s Sickert at the Studio School or “Size Matters” at FIT


The usual story, New Yorkers spoilt for choice


David Shrigley. Courtesy of Anton Kern Gallery

February, 2013: David Brody, Paddy Johnson and Peter Plagens


Joined David Cohen to discuss Song Dong, Francis Alÿs, Diana Cooper, David Shrigley


Ragnar Kjartansson, The Visitors, 2012. Still. Nine channel HD video projection, 64 minutes

International Line Up for The Review Panel, March 1


Shows of artists from Iceland, France, Vietnam and … Baltimore


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Fire at Pratt Institue: Serious damage, no injuries at historic Brooklyn campus


roof and floor of student studios gutted


A work by Marina Adams (left) on view at the Painting Center in their exhibition, Wit, 2013

Forget Love: Subject of Valentine’s Panel at Painting Center is Wit


with Marina Adams, Joanne Freeman, Doreen McCarthy and Stephen Westfall