Posts from October, 2011

Communism Never Happened: Serban Savu and the Cluj Connection

Extract from Cohen’s monograph on Savu as his show continues at David Nolan through October 22

Storied Stories: The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts

Open studios through Saturday of 76 artists on six floors, plus the Robert Blackburn Printmakers Worship

POSITION NOW FILLED: Advertising Associate

Great part-time gig for an art world-savvy entrepreneur

Staring at the Sun: Graham Nickson at Knoedler & Company

He demonstrates his capture of the transitory in a forty-year sampling.  Through October 21

Maelstrom Gathering Energy: Milton Resnick in the Seventies and Eighties

An Abstract Expressionist caught in purist transition.  At Cheim & Read through October 29

Keeping Your Balance in the Windy City: Report from Chicago

Philip Pearlstein and Ellen Lanyon at Carberry, Ed Valentine at Warren, Matthew Woodward, Amy Casey

Last Chance: Soundings (Elizabeth Hazan, Jennifer Riley) at Janet Kurnatowski

Intense painterly dialogue in a recent Greenpoint show

The Dutchmen’s Heir: Jenny Saville at Gagosian

The author is having a Frankenstein moment.  “Continuum” continues on Madison Ave through October 22.

Waterworks: Anne Neely at Lohin Geduld

Neely never allows the sentiment behind a work to turn into sentiment in the work.

Color Field, Literally: Ronnie Landfield at Stephen Haller

His show, covering work from fourteen years, continues in Chelsea through October 15