Now in its seventh year, the egalitarian art competition concludes, awarding prizes from a jury and the public.
Proust’s Muse, The Countess Greffulhe is on view through January 7
MoMA re-stages a 1995 installation by one of Japan’s late, great performance, tech, and collaboration innovators.
Founder of 101 Gallery in Brooklyn, who died this summer
The case for New York as free museum and university. Archie Rand at the Studio School Wednesday
“Judith Schaechter: The Life Ecstatic” at Claire Oliver Gallery Be sure to catch Judith Schaechter’s mesmerizingly bizarre show of stained-glass panels, closing Saturday at Claire Oliver. Channeling sources are diverse as the Mexican muralists, mannerism, Pattern & Decoration painting and, of course, despite the resolute secularism of their imagery, gothic church glazing, these intense, gaudy, heartfelt…
When, earlier this fall, I had the chance to examine an extensive group of recent paintings in Lois Dickson’s Columbia County studio something that became very clear was the particular nature of development in her work, whether within a given canvas or from picture to picture or across this segment of her mature oeuvre. Ludic…
Recent projections at Cristin Tierney, work from 1976 at Bridget Donahue
An exhibition of new sculpture makes an argument for virtuosity.
from WEEK AT A GLANCE, Saturday, October 1 Jackie Gendel: Artist Talk at Thomas Erben Gallery 526 West 26th Street, 4th Floor, 4PM Back in 2006 Ken Johnson wrote of Jackie Gendel in the New York Times that “With seemingly off-hand painterly verve, smudgy colors and a sweet sense of humor [she] creates smart and…