Art made in turbulent times revisited in a conflicted present
Marilyn Minter at Brooklyn Museum opens Friday, Kerry James Marshall at Met Breuer in second week
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…
Countless individuals, institutions, and causes lost a remarkable and irreplaceable friend earlier this fall with his passing
(Friday) Jimmy Wright at Fierman Never trust a man who paints nothing but flowers: something else is going on, either in secret, in his past, or perhaps indeed hiding in plain sight in those beautiful damned flowers! With Jimmy Wright one wouldn’t be surprised if it turns out to be all three. Wright arrived in…
David Humphrey, Paddy Johnson and Terence Trouillot, joined by moderator David Cohen.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: Colleen Asper and Judith Stein join David Cohen for The Review Panel Philadephia
reviewing work by Todd Baldwin, Victoria Burge, Luba Drozd, Brian James Spies and Kocot and Hatton
What a World, What a World at The Parlour Bushwick through November 6
A show of new paintings puts questions to cultural assumptions about war.
Exceptions to prove the rules in Philadelphia and Brooklyn