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June 19, 2017

  Self-Portrait with Paradise Birds (Self-Portrait in Front of Chinese Screen), 1967

This exhibit provides a fine introduction to the charming work of Florine Stettheimer who may seem to us that she is just now is receiving her due. Yet the works on exhibit here come fr...

April 14, 2017

 Hélène Binet, Jan Palanch Memorial, Altanta

John Hejduk led the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at Cooper Union for 25 years; this exhibit serves as a tribute to his achievements and importance of his role in the training of generations of architecture st...

March 29, 2017

Paul Chan’s new work is fun, first and foremost. At the exhibit, the viewer is confronted by groups of moving figures which dance and cavort: a series of animated tableaux. The figures are inflated by specially designed fans; the overall effect is not unlike what we se...

March 2, 2017

The first thing I'll say about the Naturalia exhibit at the Paul Kasmin / Sotheby's Gallery is that it's brilliant. The pairing of Albrecht Dürer’s The Rhinoceros with a contemporary Loss of the Lisbon Rhinoceros by Walton Ford is a must see. If the exhibit had only th...

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