February 2015

Toward Grid-Light: The Art of Jan Schoonhoven at David Zwirner by Robert C. Morgan - New York

There are many angles by which to discuss the paintings of the extraordinary Dutch artist, Jan Schoonhoven (1914 to 1994)   read more...

Gang Girls: In Conversation with Katrina del Mar by Kofi Forson - New York

A lesbian photographer and filmmaker based in New York City, her films have been screened at film festivals around the world and she has received several awards and fellowships, including the New York Foundation for the Arts. As a filmmaker her credits include Surf Gang, Gang Girls 2000, and Hell On Wheels Gang Girls Forever   read more...

DISTURBING INNOCENCE, curated by Eric Fischl, at the FLAG Art Foundation by Paul Laster - New York

A vibrant show with lots of challenging imagery, Disturbing Innocence opened a vein of psychological art making that runs deep back into modernism yet revealed by example that it is as expressively vital today.   read more...

Jason McLean: Soda Gardner at Wilding Cran Gallery - text by Shana Nys Dambrot - Los Angeles

Jason McLean is influenced by -- no, he actively courts the influence of -- his environments, even as certain transcendent memories of, say, baseball games endure.   read more...

Voids and Invocations: Evie Falci at the Lodge Gallery photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Gregg LeFevre: Artificial Dreams of the Advertising Industry by Anthony Haden-Guest - New York

As with Jonathan Borofsky and Dennis Oppenheim before him, this visceral dislike for the system took Gregg LeFevre to Public art.   read more...

Sing Down the Moon: Donald Kilpatrick at the Butcher's Daughter - photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Whitehot was uptown in NYC for the opening of Donald Kilpatrick   read more...

Ann Lislegaard at Murray Guy by Patty Harris - New York

In her latest installation at Murray Guy, Ann Lislegaard expands upon her fascination with science fiction. On entering the gallery, the viewer is confronted with a large projection of a talking owl and its mirror image. It speaks and squawks in a distorted voice both human and mechanical.   read more...

Toasting Almonds in Deep Mexican Pools by Gregory de la Haba - New York

After driving 90 miles east from New York City, Whitehot Magazine secures a parking spot directly out front Almond Restaurant & Bar located on the far south-eastern corner of this charming street in Bridgehampton New York.   read more...

Erin Smith: To the Moon and Back at Amy Li Projects by Michael Anderson - New York

Whitehot went to the recent opening at Amy Li Project in Chinatown, NYC   read more...