A Featured Item from THE LIST On one level, the work is a meditation on consciousness or an exhortation of mindfulness, a concept from Zen Buddhism. On another, it is a continuous prying at the intuitive underpinnings of rational systems. The everyday materials the artist turns into art amounts to personal stuff found in a jacket…
Leslie Wayne: Free Experience at Jack Shainman Gallery, September 7 to October 21, 2017 Leslie Wayne is known for the vivid density and colorful materiality of her work, most recently a collection of what she called “paint rags” which hang from the wall, and are actually made of many layers of paint. Her latest work,…
She showed at Regina Rex on the Lower East Side this spring
Her show is at the Renaissance Society, Chicago, through November 5
As the Met’s centennial Rodin exhibition opens, Leo Steinberg’s great essay from the 1960s is recalled
Is there something intrinsic to the appeal of collage to writers — to moving bits of paper around in startling, revelatory juxtapositions? The coincidence of two shows of collages by writers of markedly different ilk – a sometime poet laureate and a member of the third estate – begs the question.
He made light of his “violon d’Ingres,” but with Ashbery’s death we lost a great art critic
David Cohen’s guests are Dennis Kardon, Lee Ann Norman and Roberta Smith