Art on the Block

Originally published in the Brooklyn Rail’s February 2014 Issue. ◊◊ With its enormous title and ambition, Art on the Block: Tracking the New York Art World from SoHo to the Bowery, Bushwick and Beyond is the latest demonstration of introspection

Art on the Block

Originally published in the Brooklyn Rail’s February 2014 Issue. ◊◊ With its enormous title and ambition, Art on the Block: Tracking the New York Art World from SoHo to the Bowery, Bushwick and Beyond is the latest demonstration of introspection

Embracing the Personality of Paper: Ben Berlow at Rawson Projects

Originally published in Hyperallergic. ◊◊ Rawson Projects is a miraculously bright spot in the neighborhood of Greenpoint, where many first-floor businesses are still in repair after Hurricane Sandy. Inside the gallery, Ben Berlow’s show of new drawings seems timely and

Embracing the Personality of Paper: Ben Berlow at Rawson Projects

Originally published in Hyperallergic. ◊◊ Rawson Projects is a miraculously bright spot in the neighborhood of Greenpoint, where many first-floor businesses are still in repair after Hurricane Sandy. Inside the gallery, Ben Berlow’s show of new drawings seems timely and

Against Interpretation and Authorship: Carol Bove at Maccarone

Originally published in ArtCritical. ◊◊ Carol Bove does not consider her art in terms of its site-specificity, which might come as a surprise considering her recent projects for institutions such as the Highline and the Museum of Modern Art. Hers

Against Interpretation and Authorship: Carol Bove at Maccarone

Originally published in ArtCritical. ◊◊ Carol Bove does not consider her art in terms of its site-specificity, which might come as a surprise considering her recent projects for institutions such as the Highline and the Museum of Modern Art. Hers

In Praise of Peaceful Art: A Chris Johanson Monograph

Originally published in ArtCritical. ◊◊ On the back cover of Phaidon’s new Chris Johanson monograph is a close-up of I AM CLEAR NOW (2004), a vignette featuring two reclining figures on a green expanse of urban lawn, painted with acrylic and latex

In Praise of Peaceful Art: A Chris Johanson Monograph

Originally published in ArtCritical. ◊◊ On the back cover of Phaidon’s new Chris Johanson monograph is a close-up of I AM CLEAR NOW (2004), a vignette featuring two reclining figures on a green expanse of urban lawn, painted with acrylic and latex

Turns of Phrase: Gedi Sibony at Greene Naftali

Originally published in ArtCritical. ◊◊ Greene Naftali’s presentation at the Frieze Art Fair in May featured a new sculpture by Gedi Sibony that exhibits all the quint  essential traits of the artist’s work. Humorously and enigmatically titled, The Sleeve Lifter (2013) is

Turns of Phrase: Gedi Sibony at Greene Naftali

Originally published in ArtCritical. ◊◊ Greene Naftali’s presentation at the Frieze Art Fair in May featured a new sculpture by Gedi Sibony that exhibits all the quint  essential traits of the artist’s work. Humorously and enigmatically titled, The Sleeve Lifter (2013) is

In the Studio with India Salvor Menuez

Originally published in the WILD Magazine. ◊◊ We remember and return to the clear-eyed India Salvor Menuez because her beauty is of the disquieting and diaphanous variety, without a specific name. You might have seen her recently in our pages

In the Studio with India Salvor Menuez

Originally published in the WILD Magazine. ◊◊ We remember and return to the clear-eyed India Salvor Menuez because her beauty is of the disquieting and diaphanous variety, without a specific name. You might have seen her recently in our pages