Report from the Front

Art criticism, sometimes with context, occasional politics. Published in hard copy 5-7 times a year. New shows: "events;" hard-copy rates & how to support the online edition: "works."

2 Sculptors, 5 Painters

September 27, 2012

Tags: William Tucker, David Evison, Gerhard Richter, Frank Bowling, Stanley Boxer, Dan Christensen, Joyce Weinstein

David Evison. M-2. 2010. Steel and copper, 40 in. high. Courtesy Galleri Heike Arndt
SCULPTURE: MANHATTAN

One of the most enjoyable shows on view in Manhattan at the moment is “William Tucker: Present and Past” at McKee (through October 13). The literature from the gallery emphasizes “Day” (2012), an 8-foot high, semi-abstract, terracotta-colored plaster horse’s head (destined, the artist hopes, to be cast in bronze). Pictured on the (more…)

RABBITS IN THE HAMPTONS

July 21, 2012

Tags: Sara Macculloch, Michael Gregory, Sandi Slone, Roy Lerner, Francine Tint, Joyce Weinstein, Peter Reginato

Sara McCulloch. Tree & Beach, 2012. Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches. Courtesy of Kathryn Markel Fine Arts.

Out on the South Fork of Long Island, the art fairs are multiplying like rabbits. The oldest, which has been in business for five years, is ArtHamptons, which was held this year between July 12 & 15, showcased the wares of about 75 galleries, and featured a special party celebrating the 100th birthday (more…)

SEPTEMBER SONG

September 26, 2010

Tags: Frank Bowling, Joyce Weinstein, Richard Timperio, Terrence Keller, William Perehudoff, John McLean

This has been a social month for me, so I'll cover it in an appropriately chatty manner. Feature attractions are the shows by Frank Bowling, whom I haven’t dealt with at length since 2006, and Joyce Weinstein, whose work I’ve reviewed twice within the last two years. I’ll also mention four upcoming Canadian shows. (more…)