Writings by Noah Dillon

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Thomas Eggerer at Petzel


his single picture show remains on view through February 20


Andy Goldsworthy, Hedge crawl, dawn, frost, cold hands, Sinderby, England,  4 March 2014, 2014. Digital video, TRT: 8:22 minutes, edition of six. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Lelong.

Trees, Petals, Dust, Stone: Andy Goldsworthy at Galerie Lelong


A show of new and old work by the English sculptor illuminates the natural world.


Jean Tinguely, Trüffelsau, 1984.

Mindless Machines: Jean Tinguely at Gladstone


The gallery mounts a retrospective of the artist’s madcap kinetic sculptures.


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John Knight at Greene Naftali


on view in Chelsea through January 8


Franz Kline mixing paint in his studio. Date and author unknown.

Tell Me: with Bill Corbett


Corbett discusses his personal and aesthetic interest in the work of Franz Kline.


HIba Schahbaz, The Guard, 2014. Tea, gold leaf, collage, gouache, and watercolor on wasli, 45 x 35 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Thierry Goldberg.

Tell Me: with Hiba Schahbaz


Schahbaz discusses her affection for Indo-Persian miniatures and its influence in her work.


Matcha mousse. Photo courtesy of gourmetgetaways.com

Back to School Special: Recipes for Artists and Students


Quick and easy recipes to replenish while working in the studio.


Geoffrey James, Cell decorated with Harley Davidson and East Van Logos, 2013, archival inkjet print. Courtesy of the artist.

Northwest Notes: Dispatch from the Pacific


An absolutely, totally huge tour of art offerings throughout the Pacific Northwest, even going to Canada!


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Author as Imaginary Friend: The Dull Spectacle of “The End of the Tour”


A new film about a famous author inadvertently raises the problem of substituting images for people.


Zlatan Vehabovic, Rock Bottom Riser, 2014. Oil on canvas, 78 x 86 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Marc Straus Gallery.

Monochromatic Polyphony: Gray at Marc Straus


A show about gray as a color and a metaphor, limning its way between grim concreteness and silver linings.