Love Thyself: Peter Marino Exhibition Inflates the Man and the Myth

If you desire a strong dose of unadulterated self adulation encased in a museum setting Read more…

Donald Judd: Shape, Structure & Stacks

For this writer, the works of Donald Judd, especially the iconic, color charged metal and Read more…

Lost and Found

Sabato Rodia’s “Watts Towers” was recently declared a national landmark, thirty-odd years after its completion Read more…

Audrey Ushenko – Reconsidering Realism

“Self-Exploration has had its day-I’d rather contemplate reality” -Audrey Ushenko The new figure/landscape/still life paintings Read more…

The Legacy of Jean-Michel Basquiat

As New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art mounts the first Jean-Michel Basquiat retrospective in Read more…

Altered States

It is hard to imagine a New York painter with a studio on the Bowery Read more…

The New Sculpture Group – A Look Back 1957 – 1962

“The Third Meeting of the sculptors group was held at Abram Schlemowitz’s studio, 139 West Read more…

Jonathan Phillips – The Hudson Delta

Jonathan Phillips paints with the same intensity that he grinds his pigments with, the way Read more…

Egon Schiele

Collectors of art are beginning to discover Egon Schiele, and intense expressionist painter who died Read more…

Paul Jenkins – Prism Findings

On a clear summer evening a few years ago during intermission of an off-off Broadway Read more…