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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 ...
 

Saturday, October 14th, 2017

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The Review Panel from October 10th with Dennis Kardon, Lee Ann Norman and Roberta Smith


Artists discussed were Kara Walker, Peter Saul, JoAnne Carson and Chris Ofili

Saturday, October 14th, 2017

Panel: Artists Angela Dufresne, Derek Fordjour and Mimi Gross join David Cohen to discuss the work of Marcia Marcus


Apologies for resending this newsletter; the date of this panel was omitted from Saturday’s email Tuesday, October 17 at 7.15pm at Eric Firestone Loft, 4 Great Jones Street, 4th Floor, between Broadway and Lafayette Street. In conjunction with the exhibition, Marcia Marcus: Role Play, 1958-1973 The rediscovery of Marcia Marcus is massively exciting. A product…

Friday, October 6th, 2017

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Last Chance…


It is hard enough to keep up with what’s opening in New York City, but the art avid have to fight a rear action simultaneously: this weekend will bid farewell to dozens of shows that opened after Labor Day. Luckily, WEEK AT A GLANCE at THE LIST includes a closing section each day. If you…

Friday, September 22nd, 2017

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Friday, September 22nd, 2017

Nicola Ginzel at The Gallery at One Army Plaza


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…

Sunday, September 17th, 2017

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Poetry by Other Means: The Collages of John Ashbery


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.

Monday, September 11th, 2017

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Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

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Max Kozloff, in his first contribution to artcritical, explores the ethics of prettiness in relation to Florine Stettheimer

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What strikes the eye immediately is the rhythm of line and limb that jumps about, especially in ensembles with little narrative pretext. They’re frequently scattered across nebulous white grounds and are endowed with a gem-like aura that resembles the capitals in illuminated manuscripts. Yet, when they’re on the move, they might also recall the snap…

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Featured item from THE LIST: Eve Aschheim, Lines Without Outlines at ‘T’ Space, Rhinebeck, NY


Now in its eighth summer season, ‘T’ Space, a gallery designed by Steven Holl on the architect’s Dutchess County campus, offers an ambitious program of solo presentations and other projects. To launch her exhibition this weekend, Eve Aschheim teams up with poet Susan Stewart and pianist Christopher Oldfather who will perform works by Earle Brown…

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

Laura Karetzky, Embedded Caracas, 2017. Oil on wood, 24 x 30 inches. Courtesy of Lora Schlesinger and the Artist

The Embedded Window: Laura Karetzky in conversation with Stephen Savage


Her show, at Lora Schlesinger, Santa Monica, is on view through July 15