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Thursday, January 25th, 2018
 
Regina Bogat, Palmyra I, 2015. Acrylic, board on canvas, 40 x 46 inches. Courtesy of Zürcher Gallery, New York/Paris
The veteran painter reminisces in her New Jersey studio ...
Saturday, March 4th, 2017
 
An interview from 2003 greets the exhibition, R.B.Kitaj: The Exile at Home at Marlborough Chelsea ...
Friday, October 14th, 2016
 
Arlene Shechet, A Night Out, 2011. Glazed Ceramic, acrylic paint, and hardwood, 45 x 13 x 17 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Sikkema Jenkins & Co.
As stunning new show opens at Sikkema Jenkins & Co, a look back at last year’s retrospective at Boston’s ICA ...
 

Monday, August 6th, 2018

Works by Ben Grzenia (left) and Zach Van Horn

2018 artcritical Prize, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

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Zach Van Horn and Ben Grzenia were the joint winners of the 2018 artcritical prize awarded by faculty vote ahead of the recent Annual Student Exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Both were graduating students of PAFA’s MFA program. The artcritical prize – consisting of an interview in these pages with an agreed…

Monday, August 6th, 2018

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Featured item from THE LIST: Jason Stopa at Steven Harvey


“The Gate,” Jason Stopa’s first solo show at Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects, features paintings that claim architectural patterns as pliable environments for painted exploration. Through layers of bright color and varying texture, Stopa abstracts rigid forms and brings elements from the outdoors in. In this spirit of harnessing energies and breaking boundaries, the back…

Monday, August 6th, 2018

Ben Grzenia, Drift, 2018. Collaged screen prints, acrylic paint on wood panel, 65 x 46.5 inches. Courtesy of the artist

Hunting: Ben Grzenia in Conversation with Zach Van Horn


“What I knew was that I wanted to get my hands dirty”

Monday, August 6th, 2018

Cut The Kid In Half, 2018. Oil on Paper on Panel, 48” x 48”. Image courtesy the artist.

Layering: Zach Van Horn in conversation with Ben Grzenia


“Both video and music have given me a much stronger understanding of how layering works”

Wednesday, May 30th, 2018

Panel on Al Held at Cheim & Read, Wednesday at 6PM


Al Held’s early works in gestural abstraction from the 1950s are the focus of the fourth of Cheim & Read Gallery’s exhibitions surveying the artist’s oeuvre. Presented in conjunction Nathalie Karg Gallery, this show examines his breakthrough in Paris while studying on the G.I. Bill and his continuing exploration, back in New York, of dimensionality,…

Saturday, May 5th, 2018

Sarah Peters: Figureheads


Sarah Peters possesses an uncanny ability to combine an intense frontality with full sculptural consideration of an object in the round: you are compelled to circumnavigate while also pulled back to her figure’s hieratic gaze. A talk by the artist Saturday afternoon at 3PM promises to be well attended and illuminating, an antidote to fair…

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

A Featured item from THE LIST: Sallie Benton at First Street


Amidst the scramble this week to see Frieze, Tefaf and other assorted fairs, not to mention making sure we’re up to speed with the exhibitions to be discussed at The Review Panel next Wednesday, don’t forget that life goes on in the gallery scene. In fact, there are extra special offerings this fair week. For…

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

The Roof Garden Commission: Huma Bhabha: We Come in Peace Metropolitan Museum of Art

Watch the sunset with Huma Bhabha at the Met this evening


Eva Díaz, Phoebe Hoban and Gregory Volk are David Cohen’s guests

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

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Up Next: The Triennial and The Invitational


Jessica Bell Brown, David Cohen, Jarrett Earnest, David Salle

Saturday, March 3rd, 2018

The Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory


Don’t wait until next week to get into fair mood: This year, for venue scheduling reasons, The Art Show, the ADAA’s annual outing at the Park Avenue Armory, precedes the onslaught on the piers—the other Armory. And, like years past, it’s proving to be the place for aesthetic delectation. For this reviewer it would be…