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Gestures of grace: Carol Saft at Lesley Heller

GESTURES OF GRACE: CAROL SAFT AT LESLEY HELLER

Contributed by Julia Couzens / Carol Saft's plainspoken exhibition, “Fallen Men,“ in the project space at Lesley Heller, is a suite...

Hilma af Klint: A timely message from the beyond

HILMA AF KLINT: A TIMELY MESSAGE FROM THE BEYOND

Contributed by Emma Stolarski / At the Guggenheim, Hilma af Klint's paintings present themselves one by one, up the spiral ramp, just...

 
 
 
David Humphrey: Facile like a fox

DAVID HUMPHREY: FACILE LIKE A FOX

Contributed by Jonathan Stevenson / It might be tempting to conclude that David Humphrey is too facile a painter for his own damn good...

Robert Yoder on slowing down the process

ROBERT YODER ON SLOWING DOWN THE PROCESS

Contributed by Sharon Butler / I met Robert Yoder at a fair in Miami a few years back, and, since we have a similar aesthetic, he invited...

 
 
 
Sangram Majumdar's super power

SANGRAM MAJUMDAR'S SUPER POWER

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Many of Sangram Majumdar's new paintings made of echoing lines, exposed charcoal under-drawings, and...

Korean monochrome: Suh Seung Won

KOREAN MONOCHROME: SUH SEUNG WON

Contributed by Raphael Rubinstein / Among the most welcome developments of the past few years in the U.S. art world has been the appearance,...

 
 
 
A Pocket Guide to Painting at SPRING/BREAK Art Show

A POCKET GUIDE TO PAINTING AT SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW

Contributed by Fay Sanders and Bob Szantyr / New York art fair season is here, and SPRING/BREAK, in its eighth year, has mounted another...

Leslie Wayne: Burning down the house

LESLIE WAYNE: BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Now in her mid-60s, Leslie Wayne has had several impressive shows at Jack Shainman, but the work in...

 
 
 
Interview: Magalie Guérin's multiple endings

INTERVIEW: MAGALIE GUÉRIN'S MULTIPLE ENDINGS

Contributed by Sangram Majumdar / Last weekend Magalie Guérin and I met up at her current exhibition, SOLUTE at Chapter NY, to talk...

Judy Pfaff: Busting pictures to hell

JUDY PFAFF: BUSTING PICTURES TO HELL

Contributed by Jason Andrew / De Kooning once said, “Every so often a painter has to destroy painting.” Cezanne did it. Picasso did...

 
 
 
Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: March 2019

TWO COATS SELECTED GALLERY GUIDE: MARCH 2019

Despite the distraction of the art fairs, March must be a good month to present exhibitions. Several gallerists and former gallerists...

Pregame Painting Report: 2019 Whitney Biennial

PREGAME PAINTING REPORT: 2019 WHITNEY BIENNIAL

The 2019 edition of the Whitney Biennial, on view May 17 through September 22, was curated by Whitney Museum Associate Curator Jane...

 
 
 
Quick Study

QUICK STUDY

Reading links: NYC art fair cheat sheet, last chance for Rochelle Feinstein's show at the Bronx Museum, Mira Schor's lifetime achievement...

Vincent Desiderio: Painting as a theoretical vanguard

VINCENT DESIDERIO: PAINTING AS A THEORETICAL VANGUARD

Contributed by Barbara Kerstetter / Vincent Desiderio is a powerful, unique voice in the contemporary art world whose paintings have...

 
 
 
Dennis Hollingsworth: Pushing paint and painting

DENNIS HOLLINGSWORTH: PUSHING PAINT AND PAINTING

Contributed by Riad Miah / Dennis Hollingsworth's exhibition “Burgeoning,” the artist's first solo show at Gallery Richard on the Lower...

Dana Schutz, jogging alongside the train wreck

DANA SCHUTZ, JOGGING ALONGSIDE THE TRAIN WRECK

Contributed by Zach Seeger / In her new work on view at Petzel through February 23, Dana Schutz finds herself wielding the brush of...

 
 
 
Matt Bollinger's fictional universe

MATT BOLLINGER'S FICTIONAL UNIVERSE

Contributed by Sangram Majumdar / Matt Bollinger's show, “Three Rooms,” on view at Zürcher Gallery through March 2, comprises paintings,...

Farley Aguilar's screamingly urgent figurative paintings

FARLEY AGUILAR'S SCREAMINGLY URGENT FIGURATIVE PAINTINGS

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Farley Aguilar's paintings, on view at Lyles & King, are based on vintage photographs of 1920s and ‘30s...

 
 
 
Maya Brym: Exceedingly magnanimous

MAYA BRYM: EXCEEDINGLY MAGNANIMOUS

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Brooklyn artist Maya Brym's vivid new paintings, on view at Frosch & Portmann through February 24, invigorate...

Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: February 2019

TWO COATS SELECTED GALLERY GUIDE: FEBRUARY 2019

February is a short month, which makes visiting all the shows that much harder, but before the onslaught of NYC art fairs in March...

 
 
 



Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Mixed Media Collage Landscape Painting,Trees "Walking in the Woods" © Carol...

Mixed Media Collage Landscape Painting,Trees "Walking in the Woods" © Carol Nelson Fine Art

"Walking in the Woods", 10x10 inches, by Carol Nelson This collage landscape has several different paper components that add texture and interest to the... Read more ...

08 Albatross Avenue House / Studio Workshop

08 Albatross Avenue House / Studio Workshop

© Andy Macpherson Architects: Studio Workshop Location: Miami, Australia Category: Houses Lead Architects: Rory Spence, Jonathan Nelson, Chris Knapp, Joel Hutchines Area: 912.0... Read more ...

Inverdon House / Chloe Naughton

Inverdon House / Chloe Naughton

© Benjamin Hosking Architects: Chloe Naughton Location: Bowen QLD 4805, Australia Category: Residential Area: 275.0 m2 Project Year: 2016 Photographs: Benjamin Hosking Read more ...

Expressionistic Southwest Architecture, "Sedona," by Amy Whitehouse

Expressionistic Southwest Architecture, "Sedona," by Amy Whitehouse

Oil, 16" x 20" $150 Sedona is magical day or night. I wanted to capturethat joyful and surprising qualitywith this painting of Sedona at night. Read more ...

Mixed Media Collage Landscape Painting,Trees "Walking in the Woods" © Carol...

Mixed Media Collage Landscape Painting,Trees "Walking in the Woods" © Carol Nelson Fine Art

"Walking in the Woods", 10x10 inches, by Carol Nelson This collage landscape has several different paper components that add texture and interest to the... Read more ...

Dancers, Ballet Dancers, Little Girls Dance,Pink Dresses, Figurative Fine...

Dancers, Ballet Dancers, Little Girls Dance,Pink Dresses, Figurative Fine Art Oil Paintings "Dance Class" By Texas Artist Debra Hurd

24"x36" Oil on Canvas/sold Commissions welcome, more info HERE Visit to Read more ...

Contemporary Abstract Expressionist Fine Art Painting for Sale, Blue Art...

Contemporary Abstract Expressionist Fine Art Painting for Sale, Blue Art “UP” by Contemporary Expressionist Pamela Fowler Lordi

30"x30"x.75" Acrylic on Canvas/Available Read more ...

Garden Restroom / LAAB Architects

Garden Restroom / LAAB Architects

Courtesy of LAAB Architects Architects: LAAB Architects Location: Salisbury Garden, Hong Kong Category: Public Architecture Area: 100.0 m2 Project Year: 2017 Photographs... Read more ...

Amethyst Lee

Amethyst Lee

The Catch2019Polymer clay, acrylic paint, artresin11in x 5in x 3in A different take on the classic mermaid. Read more ...

WIP: Blackstone Fortress UR-025

WIP: Blackstone Fortress UR-025

Welcome back to the Precipes everyone! Today we are going to look at a WIP of U2-025 with a break down of the paints used to create the blue panelling. More after the Mag-lift... Read more ...