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Stephen Maine, HP11-0402,  2011. Acrylic on panel, 20 x 16 inches. Courtesy of the artist and 490 Atlantic Gallery.
Two artists’ recent shows in Brooklyn explore surface as substance. ...
 
Photograph of Milton Resnick.
Milton Resnick’s long but underappreciated career gets a review and revision at Mana Contemporary. ...
 
Andy Warhol, Nelson Rockefeller, 1967. Acrylic and silkscreen on canvas, 75 x 56 x 1 1/4 inches. Copyright The Andy Warhol Foundation, courtesy of The Queens Museum.
The Queens Museum untangles the outrage and hypocrisy around Warhol’s commission at the 1964 World’s Fair. ...
 


Will Cotton at Mary Boone, Ena Swansea at Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, Lois Dodd at Alexandre Gallery


“Will Cotton” at Mary Boone Gallery through October 23 (541 West 24 Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues, 212 752 2929) “Ena Swansea: situation” at Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert through October 9 (524 West 19th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues, 212 807 9494) “Lois Dodd: Flashings” at Alexandre Gallery through October 2 (Fuller…


Gregory Botts and Stanley Lewis


Salander-O’Reilly Galleries 20 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021, Telephone (212) 879-6606 September 8 to Octobrt 2, 2004 We have a convenient shorthand phrase for the making of meaningful marks on canvas: “the Painting Process.” But it isn’t really a single process, nor even a finite one. For representational painters the challenge has always…


North Fork / South Fork: East End Art Now


Parrish Art Museum 25 Job’s Lane Southampton, New York 631.283.2118 Part I: May 23- July 18, 2004 Part II: July 25- September 12, 2004 This summer’s exhibition at the Parrish had a simple premise: to survey recent work by artists who live and work at least part of the time on the eastern end of…


Julia Jacquette


Julia Jacquette: White Paintings Michael Steinberg Fine Art 526 West 26th St. Suite 9E-F New York, 212.924.5770 Mar 5 – Apr 3, 2004 Sometimes things change so gradually we don’t see it at all until we first look away and then, returning our gaze, do we find that nothing is as it was. This can…


Contemporary Landscapes


Forum Gallery 745 Fifth Avenue at 57th Street 212.269.5436 This review was first published in The New York Sun, August 26, 2004 In August, galleries hang casual fare for accidental tourists, put their feet up and wait for fall. All the more reason, then, to applaud Forum Gallery for a vigorous selection of contemporary landscapes….


Willard Boepple; Brush, pencil, chisel, knife; Industrial Beauty; Synthesis: Experiments in Collaboration; Joan Brown: Painted Constructions


Willard Boepple: Sculpture Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, 20 East 79th Street (212.879.6606). “brush, pencil, chisel, knife” 511 Gallery, 511 West 25 Street (212.255.2885). Industrial Beauty George Billis Gallery, 511 West 25th Street (212.645.2621). Synthesis: Experiments in Collaboration Axel Raben Gallery, 526 West 26 Street, (212.647.9064). Joan Brown: Painted Constructions George Adams Gallery, 41 West 57 Street, 212.644.5665)….


Andrew Masullo: Recent Paintings


Joan T. Washburn 20 West 57 Street, New York, N.Y., 10019 212-397-6780 June 3 – July 23, 2004 The extraordinary thing about Andrew Masullo’s current show at Washburn is its variety. In a period in which painters are constantly categorized as abstract or representational, geometric or organic, hard edge or painterly, Andrew Masullo exhibits a…


Robert Ryman and Band of Abstraction


“Robert Ryman: Works on Paper, 1957-1964″ until September 25 (closed for August, 99 Wooster Street, between Spring and Prince, 212-343-0441). “Band of Abstraction” until August 14 (819 Washington Street, between Little W. 12th and Gansevoort Streets, 212-243-8572). A painterly equivalent to the truism that the child is father to the man is that an artist’s…


Burt Barr


Brent Sikkema Gallery, 530 West 22nd Street New York NY 10001 June 10 to July 17, 2004 Burt Barr’s work is, in many ways, unique in the field of video art. His work is technically polished and full of wit and reference to film arts of all types. Three recent pieces make up his current…


Eugène Leroy, Nu, 1980-1985. Gouache, chalk, charcoal on paper, 42-1/2 x 29-1/2 inches. Courtesy Michael Werner Gallery

An Exhilarating Tension Between Depiction and Means: Eugène Leroy’s Watercolors


on view at Michael Werner Gallery through July 9