• Rick Briggs Interviewed By Katherine Bradford

      Monday, 19 November 2012 18:43

      Rick Briggs: I like that term “visual wit”, and I think some of those earlier paintings had some of that too. Paintings like One Liner, Red Studio, and Through the Cracks, for example, had this quality, with the later two expressing the idea of an art career gone awry. But I agree the humor was […]

    • Carolanna Parlato Interviewed By Rachel Youens

      Monday, 19 November 2012 18:27

      Carolanna Parlato: My new body of work, Behind the Sun, is meant to embody the chaotic and transitory nature of our world. Natural phenomena are all around us: in afternoon shadows, or the glow of the morning sky, shifting clouds, and the sway of branches that are visible from my rear window. When I paint […]

    • OWS: One Year Later

      Thursday, 15 November 2012 19:50

      Galleries can be imposing places. The vast white cube designed to imbue work with importance often misses the mark in engulfing work within a sterile blank space. Mark Dagley’s current show at Minus Space makes me think that he is wary of this. By no means a lightweight, Dagley has put together a show that […]

    • Mark Dagley: Structural Solutions at Minus Space

      Thursday, 15 November 2012 18:30

      Galleries can be imposing places. The vast white cube designed to imbue work with importance often misses the mark in engulfing work within a sterile blank space. Mark Dagley’s current show at Minus Space makes me think that he is wary of this. By no means a lightweight, Dagley has put together a show that […]

    • Tatiana Berg and Evan Nesbit Explore Surfaces, Examine Support

      Tuesday, 13 November 2012 20:46

      Berg’s work is fast, active, and smooth. She has described her work as being about an “indulgent painterly lust.” For Berg, the space of the surface of a painting is “performative” and her process an energetic jumping back and forth from canvas to canvas. On the other hand, Nesbit’s process appears slower, with a strong […]

    • After Sandy: New York’s Art World Responds

      Thursday, 8 November 2012 21:04

      Sandy’s impact on us has been inconsequential relative to the devastation that Chelsea has suffered. Patton and I were there yesterday walking from gallery to gallery offering our services, and finally ending up at Printed Matter. Witnessing the damage was sickening and surreal, but seeing the steady efforts to salvage and restore business were encouraging, […]

    • Sayre Gomez Debuts at The Hole

      Thursday, 8 November 2012 19:09

      This might seem like a relatively basic question but if I were to say that the experience of looking at Richard Prince’s rephotographed Marlboro ads made me weep, then what would be the difference when encountering the original as a magazine spread — would there be some kind of meaning inherent in that experience if […]

    • JJ PEET at On Stellar Rays

      Thursday, 8 November 2012 18:18

        “The exhibition will be comprised of two bodies of work: Several work on paper using graphite, oil stick and correction fluid to document Life Forms, locations, equipment and events; and a single large-scale sculpture, DEFEND_Station, that will be comprised of numerous elements from the studio, such as Floating Heads, time-collectors, blockers and shivs. The […]

    • Art Toronto’s Big Break

      Thursday, 8 November 2012 18:14

      FOCUS ASIA was curated by managing editor of Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, Zheng Shengtian and independent curator, Katherine Don. The two selected 14 galleries to participate culling from India, Japan, Taiwan, Korea and more. Greeting visitors at the foot of the stairs was Rirkrit Tiravanija’s Untitled 2008-2011 (the map of the land of […]

    • A Small Black Door In Ridgewood

      Thursday, 25 October 2012 20:49

      Confused as to what our next step should be after grad school, we spent a lot of time trading fears and frustrations. Feeling a complete disconnect from the art culture that characterized much of Manhattan, the two of us began to talk about putting our own events together. It just so happened that the basement […]

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