Posts from May, 2017

The Opposite of Sex: Betty Tompkins Paints Porn


Shows at PPOW and Marlborough through this weekend


Leaving Traces Behind: Bob Nickas’s Collected Writings


A look at eight years of writing by Bob Nickas.


City as Museum: Mimmo Rotella at Gladstone


selected early works were on view uptown


Empowered: Grace Roselli talks art and motorcycles with Oona Zlamany


Her Naked Bike Project, and Susana Rico’s Viragos, were at Motorgrrl, a bike shop in Greenpoint


SPRING/BREAK Has Sprung in BKLYN


The fair strays from Manhattan in Armory Week to Brooklyn in Frieze Week


In a Class of its Own: Maastricht on Park Avenue


The European Fine Art Fair conquers New York


Feminism at Frieze: A Gendered Perspective on the Art Fair


Frieze New York touted a number of galleries showing feminist artists, a newly fashionable area of connoisseurship


Mentors, Muses and Mystery: Alfonse Borysewicz at First Things Gallery


A Catholic artist and his paintings of ideas


The One-Room Art Fair: Portal in SoHo


Opening reception: Wednesday, May 3, 6-9pm; Thursday, May 4 to Monday, May 8: 11am-6pm. 435 Broome Street, between Broadway and Crosby. Free admission. Perhaps due to an eleventh-hour change of venue from Federal Hall to a small ground-floor room in SoHo, the second iteration of Portal Art Fair looks a bit rushed and disjointed: none…


Frieze Week launches with Salon Zürcher AFRICA


open today, 12 – 8 PM