Posts from February, 2020

The Review Panel, March 11, with Laurie Fendrich, Barbara MacAdam and Terence Trouillot


Discussing Curtis Talwst Santiago, Willa Nasatir, Gelah Penn and Joanna Pousette-Dart


In the Company of an Ecstatic: Hyman Bloom in Boston


“I had a conviction of immortality, of being part of something permanent and ever changing”


A Flood That Carries Along Beauty and Destruction: Suzanne Jackson at Ortuzar Projects


“Anti-canvases” like cascading, luminous tapestries


Mystery Man Revealed: The Biography of Friedel Dzubas


Patricia Lewy delves into the Color Field painter’s German childhood


Podcast of The Review Panel from February 2020


David Cohen’s guests were Ariella Budick, Noah Dillon and Laila Pedro


Featured from THE LIST: Xenia at Marianne Boesky Gallery


Xenia: Crossroads in Portrait Painting celebrates diversity of intentions, makers and styles alike as befits a group exhibition devoted to the ancient Greek concept of “guest-friendship”. There are portraits by and of artists in the show, imaginary portraits of fictive personae (Robin F. Williams has two of Siri, avatars perhaps of be the disembodied Apple…


Window on the Environment: Etty Yaniv in DUMBO


at Main Window through February 13


Fairy Tales and Feminism: Rachel Feinstein at the Jewish Museum


The artist takes on feminism and fantasy in her retrospective


The Review Panel Returns February 11 at Brooklyn Public Library


David Cohen’s guests are Ariella Budick, Noah Dillon, Laila Pedro