Posts from October, 2014

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Sweet and Dandy: Tomer Aluf’s Bohemian Paintings


The artist’s first solo exhibition at KANSAS, New York, shows his discernment and love of the visual and physical promenade.


A Poet Among Painters


For artcritical.com, a milestone and a significant appointment.  The former has been trumpeted for a while in our newsletters but the giddy sense of achievement is yet to rub off: the tenth anniversary of The Review Panel. (The podcast from last month’s season premiere is now available, by the way.) Friday, October 24 sees three veteran…


Beyond Image: William Conger of Chicago


A veteran abstract painter defined by and defining his city.


Total Work of Art: “Spaced Out” at Red Bull Studios


Curated by Phong Bui, works and installation alike evoke psychedelic experience


Dead Dressed: Mourning Attire at the Met


An exhibition of Victorian mourning dresses explores rituals, fashion, semiotics and loss.


Photo Presence, Video Fantasy: The Life and Work of Robert Heinecken


A traveling retrospective of Heinecken’s work is as timely as ever.


Richard Phillips Laid Bare: New Monograph on the Hyper-Realist Painter


Richard Phillips: Negation of the Universe from Rizzoli


Fine Lines: Kate Shepherd at Galerie Lelong


The last day of her Chelsea show is today


Every Love Story is a Ghost Story: The Histories of Rupert Goldsworthy


An exhibition of new work raises insights about the history of culture, fashion, and representation.