Writings by THE EDITORS

Stan Douglas, Two Friends, 1975, 2012. Digital C-print mounted on Dibond aluminum, 42 x 56 inches, edition of 5. Courtesy of David Zwirner Gallery

April, 2012: Lance Esplund, Maddie Phinney and Barry Schwabsky


Joined David Cohen to discuss Polly Apfelbaum, Stan Douglas, Douglas Florian, Ron Gorchov, Eve Sonneman, Yang Fudong.

 
 
 

Werner Herzog, Hearsay of the Soul, Four channel digital projection, Photo Sheldan C. Collins, courtesy Whitney Museum of American Art

March, 2013: Bill Berkson, Will Heinrich and Karen Wilkin


Joined David Cohen to review the Whitney Biennial 2012

 
 
 

Dawn Kasper's art installation 'This Could Be Something if I Let It, 2012'. Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images

Art World Planning, Aesthetic Sprawl


In the wake of Armory Week, The Review Panel tackles the Biennial


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February, 2012: Faye Hirsch, Franklin Einspruch and Christina Kee


Join David Cohen to discuss Mary Corse, Ridley Howard, Glenn Goldberg, and Joyce Pensato.

 
 
 
 

Pat Oldenburg and Lucas Samaras in Claes Oldenburg's Voyages I at the Ray Gun Manufacturing Company, 1962. © Robert R. McElroy/Licensed by VAGA, New York, New York

History Lessons


New and Noteworthy at artcritical and details of David Cohen’s lecture on Derain


Slater Bradley, Don't Let Me Disappear, 2009-11. Video Still. Courtesy Team Gallery

January, 2012: Michèle C. Cone, Ana Finel-Honigman and Anthony Haden-Guest


Joined David Cohen to review exhibitions of Ai Weiwei, Slater Bradley, Sarah Sze, and Lola Montes Schnabel.

 
 
 
 

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Intimate Love, Infinite Line and Sunflower Seeds by the Thousand


The Review Panel: January 27 at the National Academy Museum, 1083 Fifth Avenue artcritical’s The Review Panel  returns to the National Academy Museum January 27 at the new start time of 6.30 PM.  Anthony Haden-Guest is welcomed as a new voice on the panel where he joins veterans Michèle Cone and Berlin-based Ana Finel Honigman,…


David Cohen, Untitled (Lunch in the Studio), 2008. Graphite, 12-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches. Courtesy of the Artist

Quiz: How closely did you read artcritical in 2011?


Be the first to unravel our acrostic and win a drawing by David Cohen


Louise Bourgeois, SPIDER I, 1995. Bronze, dark and polished patina, wall piece, ed. 1/6, 50 x 46 x 12.25 inches. Courtesy of Robert Miller Gallery. Photo: Allan Finkelman, © Louise Bourgeois Trust. On view at Art Basel Miami,?December 1 - 4, 2011?

Checkbooks on the Ready: Art Basel Miami 2011


Art finds its place in the sun: Fairs and events in Miami this coming week


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November, 2011: Brody, Gover, and Merjian


Joined David Cohen to review shows of Nan Goldin, Jim Lambie, Suzanne McClelland and Katia Santibãnez