November 2014

Parallel Visions: Alberto di Fabio by Deianira Tolema - New York

Alberto Di Fabio (b. 1966, Avezzano, Italy) is an Italian artist represented by Gagosian. His paintings focus on the connection between art and science. Biological structures, genetics, synaptic receptors, pharmaceutical and medical research are the main starting point in his work.   read more...

Tom Fruin at Mike Weiss Gallery photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Photos from the Chelsea NYC opening of Tom Fruin at Mike Weiss Gallery   read more...

Color/Space Saturation: Veils by Morris Louis by Robert C. Morgan - New York

The current exhibition by Morris Louis of the Veils (1958-1960) offers a kind of revisitation of what was once read by critics, such as Clement Greenberg and Michael Fried, as an exemplary fusion of classical painting and a Modernist spatiality of color.   read more...

Kent Henricksen: Disharmony in Blue and Gold at The Lodge Gallery by Cassie Cummins - New York

When Henricksen first began toying with embroidery in his work, a traditionally decorative sort of folk-medium, artist Louise Bourgeois became a great influence of his.   read more...

A personal view of David Wojnarowicz on his would-be 60th birthday by Joseph Nechvatal - Paris

The artist and writer David Wojnarowicz (1954-1992) lived a wild life and died a harrowing death of AIDS at the early age of 37 after an impressive stretch in AIDS activism and in the defense of freedom of expression.   read more...

Out at EXPO CHICAGO 2014 by Paul Laster - New York

EXPO CHICAGO 2014 was the centerpiece for EXPO ART WEEK, which included gallery openings, performances, private collection viewings, talks and museum events.   read more...

Nir Hod at Paul Kasmin photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Nir Hod opened at Paul Kasmin recently. Whitehot was on the scene   read more...

Clayton Brothers by Megan Abrahams - Los Angeles

Playful, poignant, popping with color, bordering on quizzical, this broad and engaging exhibit by the Clayton Brothers explores evocative narrative themes extrapolated from the scene of a thrift shop in Sun Valley, California.   read more...

Michael Combs at Hallockville Museum Farm - Parrish Road Show by Janet Goleas - East Hampton, Long Island

Trading on the machismo of his forebears, not just hunters but market-gunners, pirates and rum-runners, his dreamy surrealism is fueled by memory, satire and a cultural inheritance that is rich in metaphor and the things found at the underbelly of our complex American heritage.   read more...

In Conversation with Ventiko by Kofi Forson - New York

Originally taught to use a Pentax K 1000 by her father at age 9, Ventiko honed her craft while apprenticing under maestro Tony Clevenger in Indianapolis, Indiana prior to moving to NYC in 2008.   read more...