Deborah Garwood

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Installation shot: Ellsworth Kelly, Curve seen from a Highway, Austerlitz. 1970. Gelatin silver print, 8-1/2 x 12-3/4 inches. Courtesy of Matthew Marks Gallery

A Process That Takes Place In The Mind: Ellsworth Kelly’s Photographs

Friday, April 8th, 2016

on view at Matthew Marks through April 30


Resplendent: Judith Simonian at Edward Thorp

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

“She demonstrates a genius for color, texture, and the exploration of spatial conundrums”

James Welling, Dry Pigments, 2011. Archival inkjet print on rag paper, 16 x 24 inches, edition of 5. Courtesy of David Zwirner Gallery

James Welling: Flow at David Zwirner

Monday, November 12th, 2012

This show was featured in our October 2012 Listings

Installation view of the exhibition under review show, foreground, Hanne Darboven 100 Books 00–99. 1970. One hundred books, 365 or 366 pages each, offset printed, each 10 15/16 x 8 7/16 x 1 7/16 inches. Collection of the Artist, and Lawrence Weinerr IN AND OUT. OUT AND IN. AND IN AND OUT. AND OUT AND IN. 1971. lettering, dimensions variable. Collection Ghislain Mollet-Viéville, MAMCO, Geneva. © 2009 Lawrence Weiner/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photograph: Jason Mandella

In & Out of Amsterdam at the Museum of Modern Art

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

As these mercurial installations, films, and performances indicate, Conceptual art often yielded works of great elegance in novel forms of presentation.

Ariane Lopez-Huici, Priscille, 2009. Gelatin print, 24 x 20 inches. Courtesy of the Artist


Monday, June 1st, 2009

A film review from 2009 coincides with the artist’s show at Hionas Gallery


Proust/Warhol by David Carrier

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

Marcel Proust begins his novel In Search of Lost Time with a famously long passage in which the Narrator describes sleep, or more properly, the antics of his imagination, while semi-conscious. When I read this passage for the first time, the image that most struck me was that of the Narrator sitting in an armchair reading…


The Theatre of the Face: Portrait Photography Since 1900 by Max Kozloff

Friday, February 1st, 2008

Published by Phaidon Press, 2007, 336 pages, 280 black & white photographs, 70 color photographs $69.95 When the findings of history, a discussion of uses and the reconstruction of story blend with criticism, portrait content, I hope, is enlivened. Still, the narratives within it keep on turning, like the expressions on faces, themselves… (p….