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Thomas Hirschhorn, Gramsci Monument, 2013, Forest Houses, Bronx, New York. Courtesy Dia Art Foundation. Photo: Romain Lopez.
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Honore Daumier, Galerie Tableaux. Image taken from Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.
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Elizabeth Peyton, Paradis (Kirsty), 2001. Oil on boar,d 40 x 30 inches, courtesy Gavin Brown's Enterprise, Corp.

John Currin


Yale professors are telling their students that John Currin paints as well as Botticelli. I heard this yesterday from a young painter who was sent my way for career advice. Yale has probably the most illustrious art school in America. Its alumni litter the firmament; Currin (who was born in 1962 and is the hottest ticket this season) is only the most recent ascendant star.


Sergei Bugaev, still from "Stalker 3", courtesy I-20 Gallery

Those that sleep in the dust


Ethical issues surrounding the depiction of death in art, considering Stalker 3, the recent video installation by Sergei Bugaev, aka Afrika, at I-20 Gallery.
November 2 – December 14, 2002


James Siena, Lattice Painting (Red), 2000-2001. Enamel on aluminum, 29 1/16 x 22 11/16 inches, courtesy of Gorney Bravin & Lee

Thank Heaven for Little Pictures


Alex Katz’s Small Paintings at the Whitney, Woodcuts and Linocuts at Peter Blum, Thomas Nozkowski at Max Protetch, James Siena at Gorney Bravin & Lee, Elizabeth Peyton at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise