Josef Albers at David Zwirner

Grey Steps, Grey Scales, Grey Ladders Grey scales are missing from modern day life. All is either balck or white, and no one knows what grey steps even look like anymore. ” To this end, we study gradation by producing so called grey steps, grey scales, grey ladders. These demonstrate a gradual stepping up or… Continue reading Josef Albers at David Zwirner

Alberto Burri: The Trauma of Painting  by Andrea Kutsenkow  When I buy tickets for a scary movie, I enter the theater wanting to be scared. When I received my invitation for the exhibition Alberto Burri: The Trauma of Painting, I wanted to feel uncomfortable. With the word “trauma” used in the exhibition title and with… Continue reading

Gilbert and George Brighten the High Line Art Billboard with Vibrant Colors

by Kat Widing Photo by Laura Bjorstad The High Line Art Billboard is back in action, sporting Gilbert & George’s Waking (1984) next to the High Line at West 18th Street. With luminous colors and thick black outlined figures, the semi-mirrored composition of faces and bodies recalls the look of a stained glass window. Gilbert… Continue reading Gilbert and George Brighten the High Line Art Billboard with Vibrant Colors

Cassie Raihl: Appetites

Cassie Raihl at DODGEgallery By Candace Moeller Cassie Raihl: Appetites 11 July – 16 August 2013 DODGEgallery 15 Rivington Street New York, NY 10002 http://dodge-gallery.com DODGEgallery continues to serve up a mouthwatering selection of art with its current exhibition Appetites, the gallery’s first solo show with artist Cassie Raihl. Raihl is a sculptor and mixed… Continue reading Cassie Raihl: Appetites

Zarina: Paper Like Skin

Zarina: Paper Like Skin by Lauren Kolumbic CLOSING April 21st Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128 Visiting the Guggenheim is an awe-inspring experience, no matter what exhibition is gracing the spiraling rotunda. While the vivid Gutai exhibition is currently keeping visitor’s heads on a swivel as they stroll up the… Continue reading Zarina: Paper Like Skin

The scenery changes three times

  The scenery changes three times By Candace Moeller   Curated by Blonde Art Books, in cooperation with Schema Projects 92 St Nicholas Ave Brooklyn NY 11237 http://www.schemaprojects.com          Schema Projects in Bushwick is my kind of gallery. Yes, it’s located a convenient three-minute walk away from my apartment, but it offers something that my… Continue reading The scenery changes three times