David Frankel

Lucy Mackenzie

June 2015

Not only does Lucy Mackenzie’s work fall into an age-old genre, the still life, but it is old-style in being resolutely and exactingly realistic, sometimes to the point of trompe l’oeil. These paintings and drawings are small—most of … READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2015 [TOC]

Anton van Dalen

May 2015

A local artist and proud of it, Anton van Dalen has lived in the East Village since 1972, and his years there have generated his subject matter. This show largely focused on the neighborhood, and included not only recent and a few older … READ ON

IN PRINT May 2015 [TOC]

Robert Kushner

April 2015

Robert Kushner’s last exhibition at this gallery, in the winter of 2012–13, was austere by his standards, leaning heavily on a grisaille palette said to have been inspired by the spare black-and-white paintings of Willem de Kooning, so … READ ON

IN PRINT April 2015 [TOC]

Albert York

March 2015

When Calvin Tomkins profiled Albert York for the New Yorker in 1995, the artist had shown regularly since 1963 and had acquired a quite glamorous collector base. But he was a private man and his work is private, too, even while instantly … READ ON

IN PRINT March 2015 [TOC]

Steve Gianakos

February 2015

The cartoonlike paintings that Steve Gianakos has been making since the early 1970s have long been perverse, and this particular group seems to me no more or less so than earlier ones. But it ranks with the best of his work in its formal … READ ON

IN PRINT February 2015 [TOC]

Greer Lankton

February 2015

Greer Lankton created a world that she wanted to live in. The often life-size dolls that peopled this exhibition, which was high on many people’s favorites lists for 2014, have a psychic charge that speaks of needs and ambitions not only … READ ON

IN PRINT February 2015 [TOC]

Jacob Hashimoto

January 2015

To say that Jacob Hashimoto makes kites, then strings them together in the air, will do as a description of his process but gives no sense at all of the visual quality of Skyfarm Fortress, 2014, the installation that made up this show. To … READ ON

IN PRINT January 2015 [TOC]

Stephen Shore

December 2014

With William Eggleston, Joel Sternfeld, and others, Stephen Shore was one of those who established color photography as an important aesthetic medium in the 1970s. (Before then, in sympathy with a famous dictum of Walker Evans’s—“Color… READ ON

IN PRINT December 2014 [TOC]

Dan Graham

November 2014

Dan Graham is famously wide-ranging, working in film, performance, print, photography, and more, but his best-known pieces remain the pavilions that he began to develop in the late 1970s, steel-and-glass structures that shift in the viewer… READ ON

IN PRINT November 2014 [TOC]

Duane Michals

October 2014

Around 1964, Duane Michals had the habit of leaving home in the early morning to take photographs in New York. Michals was already beginning a celebrated career, both in the glossies and in galleries and museums, where his contributions to … READ ON

IN PRINT October 2014 [TOC]