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Monday, October 1st, 2018
 
Her exhibition at Theodore: Art runs through October 7 ...
Friday, September 28th, 2018
 
Natasha Wright, The Believers, 2018. Oil on canvas, 50 x 44 inches. Courtesy of the artist
Her recent show, Les Biches, was seen on the Lower East Side ...
Tuesday, September 4th, 2018
 
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His public sculpture, Spot, is at NYU’s Hassenfield Children’s Hospital ...
 

Thursday, June 1st, 2006

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Barbara Yoshida


You started your career as a painter and sculptor, and first became involved in photography with a project you did making portraits of women artists in New York City. I felt that male artists were photographed a lot, and I wasn’t seeing as many representations of women artists, and those that I did see weren’t…

Monday, May 1st, 2006

Mark di Suvero and Rirkrit Tiravanija (and invited artists), Peace Tower, installation at Whitney Museum

Whitney Biennial and Tate Triennial 2006


It may not be a fair comparison but you can’t help wondering: How can the Whitney Biennial be so exciting and the Tate Triennial so tedious when both are showcasing the same kind of contemporary art on either side of a well-traversed pond?

Saturday, October 1st, 2005

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James Siena


Can an artwork, and by extension the artist, be considered obsessive? James Siena: Selected Paintings and Drawings, 1990 – 2004, the artist’s 2004 mini-retrospective at Daniel Weinberg’s L.A. gallery would certainly seem to beg the question. Fastidiously installed in the gallery’s two exhibition spaces, the nineteen modestly scaled works – none larger than 29 x 23 inches – contain thousands upon thousands of concentrated brushstrokes.

Wednesday, June 1st, 2005

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Deborah Garwood


Your current project is called Evans Pond, Sequential Photographs, a Long-term Study. Where is Evans Pond? It’s about 80 miles south of New York, in New Jersey. The pond is part of the Cooper River system, which flows from Pennsylvania into southern New Jersey. Is it a familiar landscape? How did you settle on this…

Tuesday, March 1st, 2005

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Albert Kresch


A new model of modern art has emerged since MOMA’s 2004 reopening, one that is quite helpful in appreciating the long yet underknown career of Albert Kresch (born 1922). The reconfigured galleries at MOMA were hung to reflect a hard won principle: there have been “a succession of arguments and counter-arguments on the continually disputed…

Thursday, February 17th, 2005

Meyer Schapiro, Slipped Grid, 3-Jul-79 1979. Oil on plasterboard, 7 x 10 inches Estate of Meyer Shapiro

The Continuous Mark: 40 Years of the New York Studio School


New York Studio School 8 West 8th Street New York NY 10011 212 673 6466 February 17 to May 7, 2005 The New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture is housed in a nationally land marked building on 8th Street – a maze-like architectural wonder that combines four Victorian townhouses, mews carriage houses,…

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005

China Blue, Landscape, 1-16-04. Pencil on paper, 22-1/2 x 28-1/2 inches. Courtesy the Artist

China Blue


Sound artist China Blue was the subject of two solo exhibitions last Fall in Dijon, France and one in Tornio, Finland which closes April 3rd, 2005. On the eve of chairing a panel at the CAA conference in 2005 titled “Contact: Works that Create a Community Through Physical, Virtual or Momentary Relationships” she talked about her work with JILL CONNER.

Thursday, September 30th, 2004

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“Coaxed into fullness of existence”: A conversation with Rackstraw Downes


Published on the occasion of the inaugural exhibition at the Betty Cuningham Gallery in 2004

Wednesday, September 1st, 2004

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Susanna Heller


Heller is on view at John Davis Gallery until April 24

Sunday, August 1st, 2004

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Karlis Rekevics


Karlis Rekevics is at the beginning of his career, and yet his work doesn’t bring to mind any other artist. His complex white plaster sculptures, cast from molds made of plywood, masonite and blue foam, are multi-part forms with neon tubes and/or light bulbs attached to them. They are intuitively composed amalgamations of anonymous objects…