Marcel Dzama, Turning into Puppets [Volviendose Marionetas], 2011. Steel, wood, aluminum, and motor, 65 x 78 inches. Courtesy of David Zwirner Gallery
Dzama’s show will be discussed at artciritcal’s Review Panel, September 26. ...
 
Jeff Koons, Made in Heaven, 1989. Lithograph on paper on canvas; 125 × 272 in. (317.5 × 690.9 cm). Rudolf and Ute Scharpff Collection. ©Jeff Koons
“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical. ...
 
Excerpted from monograph on her work published by Hamilton College ...
 


Stanley Lewis, Winslow Park, Westport, 2010-2014. Oil on canvas, 21-1/4 x 35-1/4 inches. Courtesy of Betty Cuningham Gallery.

One-Two Punch: Stanley Lewis at Betty Cuningham


A crazy-quilt meditation on what painting can be.


Installation view, 'Monika Sosnowska: Tower', Hauser & Wirth New York, 18th Street, 2014. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photograph by Genevieve Hanson.

Looming Tower: Monika Sosnowska at Hauser & Wirth


The artist’s enormous installation at raises questions about how architecture relates to history.


George Trakas, view of Atlantic Station's South East Plaza showing an unfinished section to the left of the bicycles. Photo by the artist.

A Tree Grows Immanent in Brooklyn: George Trakas’s Installation at Atlantic Station


The renowned site-specific sculptor has been facing delays in the completion of his recent project at Atlantic Station.


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“Après moi, le deluge”: The Review Panel in Its Tenth Year


A welcome note from our publisher and editor


Edward Leffingwell, 1941-2014. Courtesy of Tom Leffingwell

Critic, Curator, Dandy: Edward Leffingwell, 1941 to 2014


A cosmopolitan of astringent, forthright wit, according to his friend, Lilly Wei


George Sugarman, Yellow and White, 1967. Oil on Wood, in two parts, 25-1/2 x 35-1/2 x 27-1/2 each. © Estate of George Sugarman, courtesy Gary Snyder Gallery, New York

Take Another Look: Irving Sandler in Conversation with Franklin Einspruch


“Irving Sandler: Out of Tenth Street and Into the 1960s” is at Loretta Howard Gallery


JEFF KOONS, Split-Rocker, 2000, stainless steel, soil, geotextile fabric, internal irrigation system, and live flowering plants, 446 7/8 x 483 1/8 x 427 5/8 inches (1,135.1 x 1,227.1 x 1,086.2 cm), edition of 1, plus 1 AP © Jeff Koons. Photo by Tom Powel Imaging

Jeff Koons: Split-Rocker at Rockefeller Center


Signalling the waning days of summer, a planter and a readymade


Minoru Yamasaki, Model of the World Trade Center, ca. 1964. Mixed media. Photograph by Jin Lee P, courtesy of the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

In The Shadow of Loss, Make the World New Again: The 9/11 Memorial Museum


The new 9/11 Memorial Museum encourages misery, which might be its necessity.


Jeff Koons, Play Doh, 1994-2014. © Jeff Koons

From Popeye to Play-Doh: The Psychology of Jeff Koons


The key to Koons is his narcissism


Cover of 7-inch vinyl record designed by the artist to coincide with the exhibition at David Zwirner in New York (September 9 – October 25, 2014) and The Believer magazine’s recent music issue

The Review Panel: 10th Season Launch September 26, Nagel, Spears, Storr


Marcel Dzama at David Zwirner, one of four shows to be discussed, opens tonight