with Eric Gelber, Suzanne Joelson, Drew Lowenstein and Saul Ostrow
“A Dialogue with Nature: Romantic Landscapes from Britain and Germany” at the Morgan Library.
“All the paintings have been made, even the embarrassing ones.”
Does the use of appropriation in photography show more than it hides?
Jawad al Malhi’s work documents the lives, struggles and culture of young men in the Middle East.
Jayson Musson’s comics-inspired show is at Salon 94 Bowery.
Two exhibitions chronicle the disparate and sometimes radical uses of shaped canvases since the 1960s.
David Brody on Matt Freedman’s dark, comic, and touching memoir of recovery from cancer.
Annabeth Rosen adds her trippy offering to the Summer of Love for Ceramics.
In 1972 Color Field painter Gene Davis created what was billed as the world’s largest painting, “Franklin’s Footpath,” a “ground” mural that stretched along an expanse of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway sweeping up to the monumental steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Sponsored by the museum’s Department of Urban Outreach, this outlandish project had…