A young Brooklyn artist travels the globe, interacting with oppressed people.
Now in its seventh year, the egalitarian art competition concludes, awarding prizes from a jury and the public.
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…
A conversation with Erik La Prade
Her show, Space Machines, is on view at Pierogi Gallery on the Lower East Side through October 9
A marriage of the plastic and the personal gives his work intensity and edge
A new art book fair launches in Greenpoint.
David Hockney RA: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life, on view through October 2
His show, at Ryan Lee, is the culmination of an 8-year project
Nicole Wermers’s sculptures operate both as clever art-historical jibes and contemporary political satire. Their ergonomic and utilitarian construction, using industrially produced materials, continues a kind of mainline homage to Marcel Duchamp, staging objects in ways that highlight their alien nature. Her Vertical Awnings series (rolled-up awnings with colored stripes) is coyly reminiscent of Daniel Buren’s stripes and Nancy…