art review

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 a free- standing wood plank roughly the size of a […]

Kiki Smith in Times Square, Again

Originally written for the Solo Foundation. ◊◊ By some confluence of chance and irony, and something other than coincidence, Kiki Smith was asked earlier this year to produce a temporary installation in Times Square as part of the Last Lot project space—roughly five blocks from the 1980 staging of “The […]

Wooster Enterprises at Churner and Churner

Originally published in the WILD Magazine. ◊◊ Churner and Churner’s Wooster Enterprises, 1976-78 is some mix of a historical art exhibition and a paper goods boutique set up in a previous generation of downtown New York City. It is a small monument to the tremendous undertaking of Wooster Enterprises, and also […]