Posts from February, 2021

Accidental on Purpose: Sharon Butler at Theodore:Art


on view in Bushwick through March 7


Jennifer Riley at 1GAPGallery, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn

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COVID has canceled countless exhibitions, projects, events. But in a subtler grade of cruelty, for shows that have gone ahead there has been stunted attendance and muted fanfare in what are nonetheless turning points in artists’ careers. Jennifer Riley has recently opened a solo exhibition (which I curated) at the 1GAP Gallery in the Richard…


The Review Panel: On Zoom, Thursday at 7pm


Karen E. Jones and Christopher Stackhouse are David Cohen’s guests, discussing Hugo McCloud: Burdened, at Sean Kelly Gallery, 475 Tenth Avenue; and “Black Futures” by Kimberly Drew and Jenna Wortham, One World (Penguin Random House) For Zoom credentials, register at artcritical.com/reserve    


Family Matters: Fathers and Daughters in Montauk


Albert and Elizabeth Kresch, Leland and Temma Bell


“Intimate Immensity”: Maria Helena Vieira da Silva


Di Donna staged the first New York exhibition of the Portuguese painter since 1971


A Blizzard of Paint and Objects: Joyce Pensato Makes Pop Culture Her Own


Exhibitions in Chelsea and uptown of the late Pop expressionist


Bringing Ideas to Life: Marc Zimetbaum, 1943-2020


The sculptor was a key figure in the foundation of the New York Studio School


A Character, A Force, A Diva: Barbara Rose, 1936 – 2020


The legendary art historian and critic died last month, aged 84


Translucence: Jill Nathanson at Berry Campbell


Her diaphanous veils of color are on view in Chelsea through February 6