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Saturday, March 5th, 2016
 
On view at Owen James Gallery ...
Friday, December 5th, 2014
 
Zürcher Studio's booth at Untitled art fair, Miami Beach, December 2013. To left, Brian Belotti: " Belott's wall of small highly decorative panels, each built around a single dirty sock."
“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical. ...
Monday, July 14th, 2014
 
On Kawara, I AM STILL ALIVE, 1970. Telegram, 6 1/2 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the artist.
On Kawara: January 2, 1933 – June, 2014 ...
 

Thursday, November 17th, 2016

Siri Berg in her New York Studio, 2011. Photo courtesy of Peter Hionas

Color Theory: Siri Berg opens at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center


Siri Berg: In Color, the retrospective of the Swedish-born veteran of hard-edge abstraction curated by Peter Hionas, opens November 17 at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center at Borough of Manhattan Community College. Berg, who is a thriving and active artist now in her mid-90s, will also be the subject of a documentary set to premiere…

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

Stanley Lewis, Westport Train Station with Figures, 2009. Ink on paper, 13 x 23 inches. The Louis-Dreyfus Family Collection. Currently on view in the exhibition, Stanley Lewis: The Way Things Are at the New York Studio School through November 13

Generosity of Eye: William Louis-Dreyfus, 1932 to 1984


Countless individuals, institutions, and causes lost a remarkable and irreplaceable friend earlier this fall with the passing of collector and philanthropist William Louis-Dreyfus. He literally transformed the lives of artists whose works he amassed. A stalwart campaigner for social justice, he pioneered ways of fusing his twin passions for art and for serving the underprivileged…

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

John Newman, Blue Ribbon Teardrop, 2008. Wood burl, blown glass, acrylic paint on acqua resin, wood putty, Japanese paper, papier mache, Foamcore, armature wire, string, 14-1/2 x 15-1/2 x 9 inches. The Louis-Dreyfus Family Collection

Generosity of Eye: William Louis-Dreyfus, 1932 to 1984


Countless individuals, institutions, and causes lost a remarkable and irreplaceable friend earlier this fall with his passing

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Walter Darby Bannard, Orange Blacksides, 1959. Oil on canvas, 60 x 67-1/2 inches. Courtesy of Berry Campbell

Modernism isn’t a style, he insisted, it’s a working attitude. Walter Darby Bannard, 1934 to 2016


The artist passed on the eve of a show of new work, at Berry Campbell through November 12

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

a work by Ellen Rand, details to follow

A Passionate, Upbeat Advocate: Ellen Rand, Artist and Gallerist, 1941-2016


Founder of 101 Gallery in Brooklyn, who died this summer

Friday, June 24th, 2016

An etching rom "Gloria, twenty-eight poems by Bill Berkson with twenty-five etchings by Alex Katz", Arion Press, 2005

Living As Variously As Possible: Bill Berkson, 1939-2016


a tribute to the poet and art critic who died June 16

Thursday, May 26th, 2016

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The Journey of Life is Circular: Fred Holland, 1951 to 2016


simple, often organic materials intertwined personal memories with his African American heritage

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

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A Look Back at a Preview: Frieze New York 2016


Dasha Zhukova with sculpture by Yayoi Kusama

Saturday, May 7th, 2016

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FRIEZE WEEK PICK OF THE DAY: Marianne Vitale at Contemporary Fine Art, Berlin at Frieze


A “common crossing” is a ubiquitous railroad switch. Laid down horizontally, inserted in the railroad tracks, these ‘frogs’ guide trains crossing from one line to the next. Just as Duchamp transfigured an ordinary men’s urinal into an artwork, by rotating Fountain ninety degree out of the everyday world, so by revolving her ‘frogs’ into a vertical…

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

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FRIEZE WEEK PICK OF THE DAY: David Humphrey at Fredericks & Freiser at Frieze


David Humphrey’s Fall 2014 show at Fredericks & Freiser, who are affording him a solo spot on their Frieze stand this year, was titled “Work and Play”. For anyone who has ever wondered why painters work and musicians play, this was a great title for Humphrey,  a practitioner of both arts. “Under The Table” is an essay in overlapping and interweaving…