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Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
 
Photograph of Jack Goldstein by James Welling. Titled: Jack Goldstein in My Studio in the Pacific Building, August, 1978. Inkjet prints (exhibition copies of silver gelatin prints), 2012 Courtesy of the artist and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
The first US retrospective for the maverick Pictures Generation artist ...
Tuesday, August 13th, 2013
 
Charlotte Posenenske, Series D Vierkantrohre (SquareTubes), 1967/2009, sheet steel, dimensions and configuration variable. Courtesy of Miguel Abreu Gallery.
Philosophy, scrap metal, and classic Minimalism on the Lower East Side ...
Sunday, August 4th, 2013
 
Installation view of Orly Genger’s Red, Yellow and Blue (2013) in Madison Square Park. Photo by James Ewing / Courtesy of Madison Square Park Conservancy.
Take a lunch break next to these massive, interactive outdoor sculptures ...
 

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

Eli-Broad

“Art Week” is Upon Us


Our subtitle: “Online magazine of art and ideas”. Online means immediate, here and now. Art and ideas implies a long view. “Art Week” (as Armory Week is sometimes dubbed) is a misnomer for those who live art 52 weeks a year-but no less exhilarating for that. True to (split) form, we are up to the minute with photos of last…

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

artcritical goes book critical


It seems artcritical is running an unofficial literary supplement this week. Sculptor William Tucker takes on two volumes by fellow practioners Garth Evans and Herbert George; Leila Philip acknowledges ceramicist Edmund de Waal’s book on porcelain, The White Road; David Cohen puts questions to Diane Fortenberry of Phaidon Press about their new Phaidon Classics series; and David…

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

OY Forever!

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(from this week’s editorial) artcritical backs the call to make OY/YO, the public sculpture by Deborah Kass, a permanent feature of the DUMBO riverbank. The work, commissioned by Two Trees Management Company, is scheduled to remain on view at Brooklyn Bridge Park through August 2016. We support making it permanent for the excellent reasons given by artist Marina Adams…

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

kaneko

The Review Panel Philadelphia, February 17


theartblog once described The Review Panel Philadelphia as ““The highlight of formal art criticism in Philadelphia”. So if you find yourself in the City of Brotherly Love Wednesday evening, be sure to join the discussion at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where my guests are Erick Miller, Judith Schaechter and Barry Schwabsky. The shows up for discussion are by Sarah Gamble and…

Wednesday, December 9th, 2015

Carol Szymanski, Song of Solfege, 2015. Neon tubing, 25 x 36 inches. Courtesy of Tanja Grunert/The Artist

Nonsense in the System: Carol Szymanski Interviewed


“whatever micro/macro situation you’re in, how things are categorized is the way people understand them.”

Monday, December 7th, 2015

A Word From the Editors


This is a test article for the artcritcal newsletter. I used to cop a lot but never copped no drop. Hold mics like pony tails, tight and bob a lot. Stop and stick around, come through and dig the sound. Of the fly brown six-o sicko psycho who throws his dick around. Bound to go…

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

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Water Rising: Garth Evans and Leila Philip

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As part of its Poetry for Art series, artcritical is honored to present three poems and watercolors extracted from Water Rising from New Rivers Press.  For optimal viewing, please click on the first page and view the book as a slide show. Click here for a description of the project and artist/author details. Please note that the layout…

Monday, October 5th, 2015

Susan Jane Walp, Gerbera I, 2014. Oil on gessoed paper, 11-1/2 x 10 inches. Courtesy of Tibor de Nagy Gallery

Momentousness: The Still Life Paintings of Susan Jane Walp


Her paintings on paper are at Tibor de Nagy through October 17

Monday, April 6th, 2015

test page: Padgett at 1600 pixels wide

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Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

Erik den Breejen, Alex Chilton, 2010.  Acrylic on canvas, 16 x 20 inches.

“Their Grandparents Would Have Called It A Salon”: Report from SPRING/BREAK


The first of artcritical’s dispatches from the Armory Week fairs