Writings by THE EDITORS

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


Hal Foster

College Art Association: Some Highlights


The 2013 Convention is underway


Svetlana Alpers, James Hyde, and Barney Kulok, Grasp, 2007. Pigmented inkjet print, 43 1/2 x 59 5/8 inches. Courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, New York

Hands On: Eve of CAA Convention Panel at Studio School by Art Historians on Making Art


Svetlana Alpers, David Rosand and Robert Storr with David Cohen


Song Dong: Doing Nothing, at Pace Gallery, New York

The Review Panel Tonight: David Brody, Paddy Johnson, Peter Plagens


and next week Philadelphia with Bobbi Booker, Judith Stein, Christian Viveros-Faune


Lisa Corinne Davis

Ken Johnson Affair Rolls On: Resolution or Turning of the Screw?


Dumbo panel brings together embattled critic and accusers


Installation shot of Regarding Warhol at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, showing a reconstruction of a 1966 Warhol show at Leo Castelli Gallery.

November, 2012: Blake Gopnik, Jane Harris and Christian Viveros-Faune


Joined moderator David Cohen to discuss historical surveys – Regarding Warhol at the Met, Lucy Lippard at the Brooklyn Museum, and Hunter College’s redux of The Times Square Show from 1980.


Franziska Klotz, Mountain, 2010. Mixed media on canvas, 24 x 31 inches. Courtesy of the Artist and Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin. This work has been donated by the artist to the May 2013 benefit gala of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation.

A Debate Of One’s Own: Girls Just Want To Have Funds


artcritical to sponsor Rema Hart Mann Foundation panel tomorrow (Tuesday) at Galerie La Mama


Merlin James, House and Tree, 200. Acrylic on canvas, 25-7/8 x 26 inches. Courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co

Tonight at Hunter: The Future of Painting, with Dana Schutz, Merlin James, Raphael Rubinstein, Richard Shiff


Panel moderated by Katy Siegel


Christian Marclay, The Clock, 2010. Single-channel video, 24 hours, still. Courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery

Onward Christian Marclay: “The Clock” at MoMA, New Year’s Eve


Our 2011 review of this masterpiece, now showing with special 24 hour screenings through January 21


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The Review Panel goes historical with Warhol, Lippard and the Times Square Show


Gopnik, Harris and Viveros-Faune join Cohen at the National Academy