Posts from September, 2016

“We want to have some fun”: Karen Schaupeter Describes IABF


A new art book fair launches in Greenpoint.


Studio Visit (in a Garden): Oona Zlamany calls on David Hockney in London


David Hockney RA: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life, on view through October 2


Heroic Fantasy: Yeshaiahu Rabinowitz at Hansen House


The Israeli sculptor and video artist contends with physical manifestations of war and trauma.


A Grand Alliance


In 2004 artist Andrew Ginzel produced a list of current art exhibitions for his multimedia class at SVA which he would soon share with friends and friends of friends: SOME but not all SHOWS TO SEE January 16, 2004 Listed ± south to north. This turned itself into a decade-plus obsession with providing what, bizarrely,…


Subjective Contexts: Thomas Ruff at AGO


Process and history are manipulated and explored through Ruff’s use of found photographs.


The Autobiography of a Garden: Andrew Raftery in Conversation with Mary Jones


His show, at Ryan Lee, is the culmination of an 8-year project


Art Sales 2.0 IRL: A Book of Rob Pruitt’s eBay Flea Market


Is he a trickster, or a Warholian innovator? What’s the difference?


Space is the Central Fact: The Beats at the Centre Pompidou


“There’s an appealing narrative, with a French inflection, to this voyage of marginalized individuals”


TIPS: A not-so-short shortlist of shows opening Thursday, September 8


A personal selection culled from THE LIST by our publisher and editor


Ken Johnson returns to The Review Panel, September 20, with Karen E. Jones and Sarah Nicole Prickett


New season of the lively critics’ forum, moderated by David Cohen at Brooklyn Public Library