Posts from February, 2015

The Pictorial: Deanna Lee on the Cusp of Figuration and Abstraction


Lee’s panels blend aesthetic and biographical heritage, and show their own creation and materials.


Notes from NOLA: Two Shows in New Orleans


Two shows highlight the work of contemporary New Orleans artists and others connected to the city.


“Another Route to Particularity”: Islanders in Copenhagen


A group show of four Brits at Galerie Mikael Andersen


“Best When He’s Messy”: Jason Brinkerhoff’s Unfinished Drawings


Taking a cue from Morton Feldman’s remark that “the love of the past in art is something very different to the artist than it is to the audience,” it’s fair to assume that the audience can remain attached to their favorite masters all their lives without very much ado. For the artist, however, a fixity…


Denise Green at Sundaram Tagore Gallery


on view through February 21 at 547 West 27th Street


Workerism: Annette Wehrhahn at Soloway Gallery


Wehrhahn shows part of artists’ experience: the interdependence of the studio and the home.


February 2015: Vincent Katz, Martha Schwendener, and Christopher Stackhouse with moderator David Cohen


Mamma Andersson, Titus Kaphar, Merlin James


An Early Spring: The Review Panel Season Debut, Friday 13th


Welcome to artcritical, where we’re shaking off the snow


In Colors: Farrah Karapetian at Von Lintel


In a solo exhibition at Von Lintel, the artist explores the interrelation of vision, music, and color.


This is Real Life: John Miller’s Crafting of Mediated Vision


In two concurrent shows we see the artist address street scenes and game shows as portraits of daily life.