Writings by Greg Lindquist

Anthony Goicolea: Almost Safe


Postmasters Gallery 459 W 19 Street New York City 212 727 3323 April 28- June 2, 2007 Anthony Goicolea’s photographs are fantastical constructions of derelict landscapes. His large-scale black and white photographs—they measure up to eight feet wide—fill the front room at Postmaster, depicting traces of man’s interaction with the natural environment in a surreal…


Benjamin Edwards: We


Greenberg Van Doren Gallery 730 Fifth Avenue at 57th Street New York City 212 445 0444 November 17, 2006 – January 12, 2007 Benjamin Edwards’s architectural landscapes are at once painterly and constructed, present and absent of human activity. The painter’s third exhibition at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery is titled “We.” This title, though seemingly…


Echo Eggebrecht: Come Hell or High Water


Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery 526 West 26 Street, Second Floor New York City 212 243 3335 October 21 – November 25, 2006 Echo Eggebrecht’s narrative is surreal without being illustrative. The title of her exhibition, “Come Hell or High Water”, shares a similar tone with previous exhibitions, “The Least Missing” and “Oh, But You Will.” Eggebrecht’s…


Isca Greenfield-Sanders: Pinelawn Pools


Goff & Rosenthal 537B W 23 Street New York City 212-675-0461 September 7 to October 14, 2006 Isca Greenfield-Sanders alters found images, faded photographs from the 1960s, using digital manipulation and traditional oil painting. The resultant mixed media paintings and sketches in her “Pinelawn Pools” series depict a family lounging about a familiar suburban swimming…


Lucy Williams: The Day the Earth Stood Still


McKee Gallery 745 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10151 212-688-5951 March 31 to May 6 Lucy Williams’ constructions meld the traditionally-considered “feminine” handmade object with architectural models rendered in bas-relief. The thirteen works on display, in the artist’s exhibition entitled “The Day the Earth Stood Still” at David McKee Gallery, focus on materials that typically…


Fairfield Porter: Paintings and Works on Paper


Betty Cuningham Gallery 541 West 25 Street New York NY 10001 212 242 2772 March 8 – April 15, 2006 As a painter, critic and an American, Fairfield Porter (1907-1975) was keenly aware of the brief history of painting in the United States. Convinced that Americans knew little of the medium’s larger history, Porter set…