Posts from December, 2015

John Knight at Greene Naftali


on view in Chelsea through January 8


A Portrait A Day — And Back In The Day: A Studio Visit with Brenda Zlamany


At work on portraits of Yale women of the 1890s and 365 art world contemporaries


Ellen Harvey at the Barnes Foundation


Harvey has painted a portrait, in silhouette, of each metal piece hanging in the Barnes


Incarnated Curves: Ornamental Ironwork at the Barnes Foundation


Strength and Splendor, works from Rouen, on view in Philadelphia through January 3.


Tell Me: with Bill Corbett


Corbett discusses his personal and aesthetic interest in the work of Franz Kline.


Nonsense in the System: Carol Szymanski Interviewed


“whatever micro/macro situation you’re in, how things are categorized is the way people understand them.”


Retrospective Scraps: A Survey of Work by Nicola Ginzel


The artist’s embroidered fragments act as drawing, sculpture, and collage.


Eyes Wide Shut: Simon Hantaï at Paul Kasmin


In the Blancs, colored forms made by folding and creasing the canvas


A Word From the Editors


This is a test article for the artcritcal newsletter. I used to cop a lot but never copped no drop. Hold mics like pony tails, tight and bob a lot. Stop and stick around, come through and dig the sound. Of the fly brown six-o sicko psycho who throws his dick around. Bound to go…


Day Jobs, Dictators and Musical Scales: Carol Szymanski at Tanja Grunert


An artist returns from her day job with new work documenting life, big and small.