Posts from May, 2016

The Big Freeze


In respite to the elements, artcritical extends a warm welcome to the many visitors in town for Frieze New York and related activities. We have been offering our (usually weekly) artcritical pick on a daily basis as there is obviously so much to showcase. On Wednesday, for instance, David Cohen put the spotlight on a solo booth…


Join us next Tuesday at the Brooklyn Public Library

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“If a spirit told me to do this, I’d do it”: Painters Respond to Hilma af Klint


A report from London where her show is at the Serpentine Gallery


Originals: Amy Hill and the Kids of America


At Front Room Gallery in Brooklyn, the show is a disconcerting delight


Anne Sherwood Pundyk at Christopher Stout Gallery


“The Revolution will be Painted” was on view in Bushwick in April


FRIEZE WEEK PICK OF THE DAY: David Humphrey at Fredericks & Freiser at Frieze


David Humphrey’s Fall 2014 show at Fredericks & Freiser, who are affording him a solo spot on their Frieze stand this year, was titled “Work and Play”. For anyone who has ever wondered why painters work and musicians play, this was a great title for Humphrey,  a practitioner of both arts. “Under The Table” is an essay in overlapping and interweaving…


H/er Transformative Art: Genesis Breyer P-Orridge at the Rubin


An installation brings sympathetic magic to the museum.