Wednesday, October 28th, 2015
View of "Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse)," 2015, by John Cage, published by Siglio Press. Courtesy of Siglio.
The radically inventive and prolific musician’s ethics and curiosity are revealed in a new diary facsimile by Siglio Press. ...
Thursday, October 15th, 2015
On view at Valentine in Ridgewood and Hionas on the Lower East Side ...
Tuesday, October 13th, 2015
Sarah Sze, Measuring Stick, 2015. Video projectors, fan, light, mirrors, wood, stone, archival prints, speakers, stainless steel, balloon, sand, fruit, egg, plastic, toilet paper, aluminum foil, grass; 132 x 90 x 51 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York. Photo: Mike Barnett.
Sze’s new exhibition makes astronomical allusions with everyday goods and plays with viewer expectations. ...

Tuesday, March 1st, 2005


Sidney Geist: Phases of Sculpture

Jason McCoy Inc. 41 East 57th Street New York 10022 February 22 – April 1, 2005 By ERIC GELBER There are examples of free standing, table top, and wall hung sculptures, dating from 1937 to 2004, in this exhibit. Geist’s work is empowered by his consistent inventiveness. Being content to create never before seen objects that…

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005


John Walker: Collage

Knoedler & Company 19 East 70 Street 212-794-0550 February 3 – March 19, 2005 British-born John Walker is an abstract painter of singular power, fully in possession of his craft. As an artist and much admired teacher, his career has been illustrious and influential. Yet no exhibition should be seen through the distorting lens of…

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005


Steinberg at the New Yorker

PaceWildenstein 52 East 57 Street 212-421-3292 February 11 – March 5, 2005 J. Alfred Prufrock can keep his coffee spoons. I have measured out my life in Saul Steinberg’s New Yorker covers. His first drawing appeared in 1941, before I was born. A survey of his work for the magazine is a timeline of my…

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005

Paul Vinet and Hannelore Baron

Senior & Shopmaker 21 East 26th Street 212-213-6767 January 27 – March 5, 2005 Paul Vinet, a young French artist currently based in Washington D.C. , first exhibited “Learning From New York” at Jan van der Donk Rare Books in Chelsea in 2000/2001. This series of color photographs depicts the city from a pedestrian’s point…

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005


Jane Freilicher: Paintings, 1954 – 2004

Tibor de Nagy Gallery 724 Fifth Avenue 212-262-5050 January 13 – February 12, 2005 Refinement is in such short supply that I feel ungrateful to be less than wholehearted about Jane Freilicher’s show at Tibor de Nagy. Any reservation seems a sin against civility, like kicking the Queen Mother’s corgies. But disappointment sets in when…

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005


Tom McGrath

Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL) 530 West 24 Street New York NY 10011 212 989 7700 December 6, 2004 to January 22, 2005 Tom McGrath’s second solo exhibition at Zach Feuer Gallery continues to explore themes of the road and car culture that he initiated in 2002. While a broad tradition of landscape painting informs the…

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005


Raymond Pettibon: New Work

David Zwirner 525 W 19 Street, New York 212-727-2070 November 23- December 24, 2004 Maybe it’s my age. Perhaps it’s the intimacy of experience I’ve shared with an irreverent aesthetic found largely in underground comics and zines, music and mayhem as I grew up in America. In any case, it’s overabundant in the work of…

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005


John Cross: Sculpture

John Davis Gallery 330 West 38 Street New York, NY 10018 212-244-3797 February 3 – February 26, 2005 According to F. David Martin, in his great book “Sculpture & Enlivened Space,” haptic perceptions are “feelings of things and events inside the skin.” On one level John Cross wants the viewer to discover the lovely patterns…

Thursday, January 27th, 2005


Cecily Brown at Gagosian and Marc Quinn at Mary Boone

Cecily Brown at Gagosian until February 26 555 W. 24th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 212-741-1111 Marc Quinn at Mary Boone until February 26 529 W. 24th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 212-752-2929 Cecily Brown discovered, as a teenager, that she was the daughter of the man some believe to have been England’s…

Thursday, January 6th, 2005


Anthony Caro at Mitchell-Innes & Nash

“Anthony Caro: Painted Sculpture” at Mitchell-Innes & Nash until February 6 1018 Madison Avenue between 78th and 79th Streets, 212-744-7400 You could call Sir Anthony Caro the Madonna of sculpture. However irreverent to recall the Pop diva in relation to so high-minded a modernist as Mr. Caro, the sculptor shares with the entertainer a protean…