In Einstein’s Cave: Tony Robbin, An Appreciation
This in-depth essay describes at artist at home in the fourth dimension
“Like A Bell Tolling Deeply In The Sea”: Fr. Paul Anel on the Paintings of Paul Jenkins
A Catholic priest offers his personal perspective
Aubrey Roemer: Helping the World, Painting by Painting
A young Brooklyn artist travels the globe, interacting with oppressed people.
The People Speak: A Report from the 2016 ArtPrize
Now in its seventh year, the egalitarian art competition concludes, awarding prizes from a jury and the public.
A Curious Proposition: The Paintings of Jonathan Lyndon Chase
In prizewinning work by graduating student, images that display an “overwhelming elasticity”
Mapping Joyce Kozloff: The Political and The Decorative Intertwined
Seen recently at DC Moore, the French Institute, the Brooklyn Historical Society and BRIC
Orientation Games: Getting the Hang of a Painting by Kazimira Rachfal
An essay posted on the occasion of her new show at Janet Kurnatowski Gallery
Grave and Buried: Alfredo Jaar and Nicaragua’s Ignored History
Using photographs by Koen Wessing, Jaar remembers a moment in the nation’s decades-long cold war strife.
Pussy Riot at PS1: A Report and Some Reflections
Maria Alekhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, with Petya Verzilov, were interviewed by Klaus Biesenbach
Painting by Other Means: The Photography of Stuart Shils
Essay from his book launching at Steven Harvey tonight