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  • The Artist Who Painted the Sky, Every Sunday for Seventeen Years
    The Artist Who Painted the Sky, Every Sunday...

    Monday, February 5 2018

    Byron Kim is an abstract artist, but he has a troubled relationship with abstract art. Some of the evidence of that troubled relationship was recently put on public view in the exhibition  Sunday Paintings, 1/7/01 – 2/11/18 , at the...

  • Amy Sillman’s Narration versus Abstraction
    Amy Sillman’s Narration versus Abstraction

    Friday, February 2 2018

    The current Amy Sillman exhibition at Gladstone 64 gallery in New York has my head spinning. Titled Amy Sillman: Mostly Drawing , it features a new series of works on paper, which, as the title suggests, toy with their own identification. They...

  • The Everlasting Legacy of Jack Whitten
    The Everlasting Legacy of Jack Whitten

    Thursday, February 1 2018

    Jack Whitten —celebrated abstract painter, social philosopher, and cultural leader—is dead at age 78. In an exhibition career that spanned more than 50 years, Whitten created an artistic legacy based on the the same principal by which...

  • London to Get Re-acquainted with the Work of Elaine Sturtevant, Courtesy Thaddaeus Ropac
    London to Get Re-acquainted with the Work of...

    Monday, January 29 2018

    If you are a fan of philosophy and art, mark your calendar—the work of Elaine Sturtevant , known professionally as Sturtevant , returns to London this year, with the exhibition Vice Versa . On view from 23 February until 31 March 2018 at...