Posts from March, 2014

A Fleeting Moment on the J Train: Robert Janitz on his recent work

“I used to be obsessed with the idea that the paintings only show you their backside, as if the real painting’s on the other side”

An Artist’s Gallerist: Hudson of Feature Inc (1950-2014)

From Judy Linn’s quirky, painting-like photographs to the finely drawn erotic humor of Tom of Finland, Hudson’s eye was a keen one.

Too Sincere To Be Ironical: Eric Fischl, Bad Boy

A review of his autobiography

The Art of the Chart: Loren Munk at Freight + Volume

The richly contentious art world in lavishly loving detail

March 2014: Barry Schwabsky , Nora Griffin and Drew Lowenstein with moderator David Cohen

Elana Herzog: Plumb Pulp
LMAKprojects, 139 Eldridge Street, 212 255 9707

Julia Rommel: The Little Match Stick
Bureau, 178 Norfolk Street,212 227 2783

David Row: There and Back
Loretta Howard Gallery, 525-531 West 26th Street, 212 695 0164

Leslie Wayne: Rags
Jack Shainman Gallery, 524 West 24th Street, 212 337 3372

John Zinsser: Paintings and File Studies
James Graham & Sons, 32 East 67th Street, 212 535 5767

Walter Darby Bannard: Dragon Water at Berry Campbell Gallery

And other modernists who kept creative after modernism’s big moment

“Coming Apart as Much as Coming Together”: A Conversation with Clive Hodgson

His debut US show opened at White Columns this week

A Concentrated Rectangle of Glitz: Rob Hickman in Dumbo

His Smack Mellon installation inspires a “rave” review – and a proposition