Courtney Fiske

Larry Bell

The Chinati Foundation, The Chinati Foundation

July 2015

Larry Bell’s 6 x 6 an improvisation, 2014, pares the cube to its essential component: the right angle. Extending his series of “Standing Walls” begun in 1968, this site-responsive work consists of thirty-two glass panels, each six feet square… READ ON


Erin Shirreff

Sikkema Jenkins & Co.

April 2015

Erin Shirreff’s art beats between objects and images. Her latest show, “Arm’s Length,” consists of four bodies of work: large-scale cyanotypes, lush pigment-print diptychs, plinth-bound arrangements of plaster geometries, and layered compositions… READ ON


Lynn Hershman Leeson

Bridget Donahue

February 2015

From 1974 to 1978, Lynn Hershman Leeson doubled as Roberta Breitmore. She rode the bus, signed a lease, and solicited encounters with strangers, whom she met by placing personal ads in San Francisco city newspapers. The performance was ongoing… READ ON


Louise Nevelson

Pace Gallery | 534 W. 25th Street

February 2015

Louise Nevelson, we are told, was never one to shy from theatricality. In photographs she appears, long-limbed and frontal, all angles and kohl and cultivated style. Pace’s latest foray into Nevelson’s oeuvre reveals an artist of softer, more… READ ON


Daniel Gordon


November 2014

Daniel Gordon locates his photographs through a triangulation of painting, collage, and cutout. His C-prints compose still-life fare in complex tableaux, which he lights in-studio and captures on large-format film. Sourced from the Internet… READ ON


Kiki Kogelnik

Simone Subal Gallery

November 2014

Two silhouettes cut from sheet vinyl, one black, one butterscotch, hang from two coat hangers that are looped through wire to the canvas’s upmost edge. Slung against an acrylic gradient (pink-rimmed azure melted in lavender), each silhouette… READ ON


Jennifer Paige Cohen

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery

November 2014

Jennifer Paige Cohen figures moments of corporeal hinge: the slouch of a shoulder, the crook of crossed knees. Consider Obverse (Fleece), 2014, which takes shape from troweled plaster and pilled fleece. One side disposes consecutive curves:… READ ON


Gina Beavers

Clifton Benevento

September 2014

On December 1, 1961, Claes Oldenburg’s Store opened on Manhattan’s East Second Street. For sale were replicas of banal objects—a plate of meat, a fur coat—made lumpy and lascivious. Each came as a burlesque of the commodity it represented, … READ ON


Nancy Grossman

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

June 2014

There’s an unsalutary air about Nancy Grossman’s wall-bound assemblages: a sense of impaction or suppurated swell like a beetle squished then left to harden. For all their blunt materiality, her bas-reliefs, produced between 1964 and ’67, … READ ON


Sherrie Levine

Paula Cooper Gallery | 534 West 21st Street

May 2014

Repetition can act to affirm, to shore up meaning and provide closure: The lecturer reiterates her point to underscore its significance. Yet repetition can also effect the opposite, seriality emptying into beige-bland banality. To repeat in… READ ON